Yesterday we celebrated Easter, the Resurrection! We discussed letting some of our history die so that we can rise above our circumstances and resurrect our dreams. Today, let’s celebrate the brilliance of this young man admitted to every Ivy League school in America #GetExcited
— Sons & Brothers (@sonsandbros) April 5, 2015
A teen from Nigeria has a tough decision to make now that he’s been accepted to all of the Ivy League schools in the United States, CNN Money reports.
Harold Ekeh, who currently resides in New York, was accepted to all 13 schools he applied to. Ekeh has plans to be a neurosurgeon and moved to the States with his family at the age of eight. Since then, the 17-year-old has excelled at Elmont Memorial High School on Long Island. And although he struggled with AP History, the student has an impressive 100.5% GPA.
In addition to founding a college mentoring program at his school, he also takes part in the Key Club and Model UN, speaks Spanish and Igbo, plays the drums, and was part of his…
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