Senior Jason Louser was selected as a News 12 Scholar-Athlete. He is one
of only 30 outstanding Long Island high school seniors to receive this
prestigious award for excellence in athletics, academics, leadership and
community service. In addition to receiving a $1,000 scholarship check,
Jason was featured on News 12.
A gifted student-athlete, Jason’s GPA is 92 and he is a member of the
National Honor Society and the Global Awareness Club. His swimming
accomplishments started when he watched the 2008 Olympics and witnessed
Michael Phelps’ numerous gold medal moments. From there, he wanted to
accomplish that too. This year, Jason won the Suffolk County
championship in the 500-yard freestyle and the 100-yard breast stroke
competitions; set records in the 200-yard Individual Medley and 100-yard
breast stroke at the state level; placed second at the Winter Nationals
in the 400-yard IM and has been named the 18 and under National
He is now qualified to compete in the 2020 Olympic trials.
Jason looks forward to continuing his academic and athletic achievements at the University of California in the fall.
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