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16-year-old girl graduates from US university and high school at the same time, celebrates achievement

A brilliant 16-year-old girl, Grace Bush has graduated from both High School and University in the same week after an incredible run of both her Diploma program and Bachelor’s degree simultaneously.

Grace Bush attended the Florida Atlantic University High School in Boca Raton, Florida, the United States which allowed students to earn Bachelor’s degrees while they worked toward earning a high school diploma.

Grace enrolled for her Bachelor’s degree in public administration at Florida Atlantic University, United States and just before graduating from High School, she was awarded her Bachelor’s degree at the age of 16.

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“It’s kind of weird that I graduated college before high school. I think anyone my age can do what I did, It’s not hard—it’s just hard work,” she said. 

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Grace was a fast learner who had started reading at the age of 2. She was homeschooled by her mother until age 13 and by 16 years old, she earns both her diploma and Bachelor’s degree.


Grace has big ambitions as she dreams of one day becoming the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court. She plans to attend Law School to earn a Law degree.

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“I believe that my purpose in life is to create peace. Being a judge on the Supreme Court is something that can help me to do that,” she told Today.

In another story, a brilliant 18-year-old Lady named Makenzie Thompson gained admission into 49 universities in the United States after an outstanding performance in high school.

Makenzie Thompson attended Westlake High School in Atlanta, Georgia, United States and graduated with an outstanding 4.0 grade. She put out applications to 51 universities in the United States and got accepted into 49 out of the 51 she applied for. CLICK HERE to read more about Makenzie Thompson.

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