A brilliant 14-year-old girl named Shania Muhammad has graduated from two American universities with two degrees in Oklahoma City, United States of America (USA).
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Shania Muhammad graduated with associate degrees from both Langston University and Oklahoma City Community College both located in Oklahoma City, United States. She is the youngest graduate ever produced by the two universities having obtained an associate degree at the age of 13.
Her family are well vast in achieving extraordinary academic and meritorious successes as Shania’s family has over 150 medals, over 50 trophies, and over one hundred academic awards to their names.
“We have over 150 medals, over 50 trophies, we have over one hundred academic awards as well,” Shania’s father, Elijah Muhammad to News9.
Shania’s mother, Atashia Muhammad, is also an associate professor at Langston University and was there to present her daughter with her certificate. A moment Shania described as a special moment.
According to her story, she was homeschooled by her parents before attending college. The pair influenced Shania to look beyond the confines of her middle school studies.
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Shania advised that students should not let their age determine the ceiling of their potential noting that what she achieved despite just 14 years old as a result of her push for more challenging feats.
“Don’t let your age be the ceiling to your potential and I really want to push that. You cannot let that be a barrier to your life. It’s like I was in the seventh grade and the whole time I was on the collegiate level I just didn’t know it,” Shania said
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Shania plans to continue her education at Langston University which is among the Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) and will pursue a bachelor’s degree in family consumer science.