Garrett Julian House
Talented North Carolina Competitive Swimmer
Between 2010 and 2013, Garrett Julian House served as part of the Hollow Rock Racket & Swim Club in Durham, North Carolina, where he provided lifeguardi services 20 hours per week. In addition to providing the life-saving activities required by the position, he cleaned the pool deck and took care of children who were too small to effectively navigate the water. For his efforts, Garrett Julian House was promoted to head guard. His experience in the water began with participation on a swim team when he was 5 years old. A talented breaststroker and individual medley swimmer, he has been part of swim teams in three countries. His competitive swimming accomplishments include completing the 100-yard breast with a time of 0:56.51 and qualifying for the nationals in the 200-yard breaststroke event. He supplements his swimming with other athletic activities like wakeboarding and skiing. Garrett Julian House also has a history of helping others through charitable work. While his family lived in Indonesia, he participated in several charitable activities, including assisting at a Christian orphanage. During his time with the orphanage, he bought, wrapped, and delivered Christmas presents and regularly played with the children.