A brilliant 17-year-old girl named Amia Jackson has earned over 2 million dollars worth of scholarship offers to 38 different universities after graduating from Willowbrook High School, Villa Park in the United States with an outstanding 4.30 cumulative grade point.
Amia Jackson graduated from Willowbrook High School, United States. Her excellent performance earned her $2 million dollars worth of scholarships to 38 universities and colleges across the United States.
Amia graduated high school with a 4.30 cumulative grade point average which earned her a membership of the National Society of High School Scholars and the National Math, English, World Language, and Civitas Honors Societies.
She also served as the Academic Chair for the Black Organization of Student Success, as well as a member of the Student Council and Varsity Club in her high school.
While in high school, Amia was also a member of the basketball team, and volleyball team, and also a member of the varsity bowling team. She has also been recognized as Student of the Quarter in World Language and Student of the Quarter in Career & Technical Education throughout her high school career.
Amia was also actively involved in volunteering at organizations like Bag Lady Outreach, Catholic Charities, and Senior Assistance during the pandemic. She says that she has been able to stay focused while dealing with the loss of loved ones throughout the last year.
She expressed gratitude to her family and friends for their support throughout the four-year journey in high school. She said she eagerly awaits what the future holds in store for her. Amia said she is excited that she is pursuing a degree with the cost of tuition and housing covered by scholarships.
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Amia said she has chosen the Dominican University as she wants to stay closer to home where she can get more mentorship in real estate. She mentioned that she will be majoring in Business Management with the hopes of continuing her bowling career at the university.