Zoe Hsu, a graduate of Temple City High School, is an AP Scholar with Distinction, Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music Diploma in Piano Performance recipient, and National Journalism Education Association Media Contest Editorial Writing winner. She was a Temple City Youth Committee representative, partnering with Transtech Engineers for a traffic safety project and CA American Water to educate others about water conservation. She was Editor-in-Chief of the school newspaper and 1 of 5 lead reporters for “Since Parkland,” a national memorial project recognized by The Washington Post and CBS News. Zoe will study astrophysics or computer science at Yale.
High school: Temple City High School
Yale CollegeNew Haven, CT
News and Highlights
Campus Leader: The Yale College community recently elected Zoe Hsu, MS '20, as the next Yale College Council (YCC) Vice President. YCC is Yale's student government. Zoe and her running mate campaigned on a platform of "building a healthier Yale" and continuing the fight for equitable change. Congratulations, Zoe! We are excited to see you continue your powerful and needed advocacy in this new position!