A young African-American girl named Jada Jerelle Brown graduated from International High School of New Orleans, United States with good grades and earned $5 million worth of scholarships to over 141 universities in the country.
Jada Brown is a teen from Louisana who earned acceptance from over 141 different universities and scholarship offers worth 5 million dollars in reward for her academic excellence at International High School of New Orleans, United States.
Jada received the national distinction of being among the top seniors accepted by most colleges with the most financial offers in scholarships in the United States in 2021. “I’m very happy, blessed, thankful. I was a little overwhelmed, but now I’m good,” she said.
She was an excellent student throughout high school maintaining a straight As all through. Jada mentioned that she applied to a total of 155 colleges with the help of her counselor Denise James.
Jada told WGNO in an interview that during the time of the scholarship application, she was not aware there were more than 141 colleges and universities because most of them were unfamiliar to her.
Her outstanding achievement caught the attention of Senator Bill Cassidy, a Louisiana State Senate Member who visited her school to congratulate her.
“Great to visit the International High School of New Orleans and chat with Jada Jerrelle Brown, who received over 141 college offers. She is a future leader for her community and has made Louisiana proud!” Senator Bill wrote on Twitter.
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She offers words of encouragement to all individuals who face hesitation in chasing after their dreams.
“Never give up. Never let anybody’s opinions on you dictate your life. So don’t let anyone’s opinions control what you do in life, just do it for yourself. This is your life. Live it and don’t give up,” she advised.
Jada said despite having different choices of universities, she will be choosing her home state university, Louisiana State University, where she will pursue Dentistry for her bachelor’s degree.