A brilliant 15-year-old boy named Ishmale Powell has graduated from Page High School, Greensboro in the United States with an outstanding cumulative grade point average of 4.50.
Ishmale Powell is a North Carolina teen who graduated from Page High School, a part of Guilford County Schools with an impressive cumulative grade point of 4.50.
Ishmale did not only graduate with a remarkable grade, but he also made history as the youngest graduate in the Guilford County Schools class of 2018.
Talking about his achievement in an interview with WCNC, Ishmale said he feels a surge of excitement, eagerly anticipating the opportunity and thrilling experience ahead. “I’m excited! I can’t wait to get started. I’m excited for the experience,” he said.
Ishmale added that although he is excited about his achievement he feels worried about the social aspect, stating that he had to forego it in high school due to him being the youngest in his class.
“I’m a little nervous about the social aspect. I had to give that up in high school. I’ve always been the youngest in my class,” Ishmale said.”It was hard work. But this is the first step for the rest of my life,” he added.
His extraordinary academic excellence made him skip two grades while in middle school and was able to also high school classes in middle school which catapulted him into his senior year two years earlier than usual.
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Ishmale said he will be attending the University of North Carolina, Charlotte in the United States to major in Computer Engineering and minor in Aerospace Engineering as he plans to be an Astrophysicist in the future.