*Ever heard of a 16-year-old college graduate who hasn’t even received her high school diploma yet? You may answer yes.
Meet Grace Bush.
The high-achieving teen is a student at Florida Atlantic University High School, which will hold its graduation ceremony this Friday, according to the Sun Sentinel. The H.S. has a special program with FAU that allows young students to earn college credit at no cost while in high school.
At FAU High, a student will typically earn about three years of college credit, but Grace started earlier than most; and earned college credits at Broward College at age 13. She accelerated so quickly through FAU’s program that she has already completed her four years of college to receive a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice and became the youngest member of her graduating class this year.
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