Zack Crowe

Zack Crowe is currently in his senior year at Morristown High School, joining Kids2Kids as a sophomore. He is an honor roll student and a member of the high school’s STEM Academy, and he will graduate with STEM Honors for completing the engineering track across all four years. Zack has a strong interest in engineering, where he enjoys using the problem solving skills he has been taught and applying them to real life situations in and out of the pool.
Zack is an avid member of the K2K swimming community and has helped kids enjoy the water through his motivation and patience. He prides himself on being sociable and helping all kids develop a lifelong relationship with the sport. Zack has also felt an immense amount of personal growth through his experience with K2K. In the beginning, he was nervous about the large responsibility that comes with mentoring the kids in the program. Now, he fully understands the responsibility of a K2K mentor and has transitioned into an extremely passionate board member.
As a member of the board, he hopes to continue spreading the positive message K2K has instilled in him to the entire swimming community. He was awarded the NY Jets Upstander of the Week award during his junior year of high school for mentoring a fellow high school student with down syndrome in his health class, one of the many ways he has made an impact in the special needs community. Outside of K2K and academics, Zack is a three year varsity letter swimmer for Morristown and has won the Rookie of the Year award, Coaches award, and Leadership award. Zack is also a senior captain of the Morristown swim team, and was a part of the 2017 North 1A Group State Sectional championship team. He has also swam for the Morris County Swim Club for the past seven years and holds numerous team records, along with breaking a state relay record with his teammates when he was twelve. Outside of swimming, Zack is a lifeguard during the summer.
He enjoys spending time with his family and friends outside of his very busy schedule, and gives back to the community in every way he can.