For many people, graduating college is an incredible achievement. Most parents hope their children grow up and go off to college so they can earn a degree in higher education. Many parents are elated to se e their children walk across the graduation line and earn their degree.
For one set of parents, they are especially proud because they get to witness graduations back to back. A young student, who is only 17-years-old, is set to graduate for Harvard just days after graduating from high school.
Braxton Moral will receive his undergraduate degree from Harvard Extension School later this month after graduating from high school on Sunday in Ulysses, Kan., ABC News reported.
Moral has been study gin from Harvard since he was only 11! He attended classed through the Harvard Extension School. He completed the necessary courses and then enrolled in other courses over the summer, enabling him to complete his degree from the prestigious school.
"I'm relieved to have a little bit of a head start," Moral told "Good Morning America." "I thought it really broadened my horizons. It helped me understand new things and what I want to do [in life]."
Moral has also already written a book about his experience as a Harvard Extension student while living in rural Kansa. He plans to now attended Colombia and go to law school.
"He will receive his Bachelor of Liberal Arts degree from Harvard Extension School, which is separate from Harvard College, one of the schools that makes up the prestigious Harvard University, after majoring in government with a minor in English," reported The Hill.
This that know him best wish him well and are so proud of his hard work and achievements. Join us in also congratulating this incredible young man!
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