Kwasi Enin, a high school senior and the son of Ghanaian immigrants, has been accepted to all eight Ivy League universities.
Getting into any Ivy League school is a huge accomplishment. Being accepted by all of them is rare, according to a report in CBS Evening News. Kwasi now faces his biggest challenge: deciding which school to attend.
When Kwasi, 17, saw the acceptance letters, “I wasn’t thinking full flush,” he said. “I was looking through the list and I was like, there’s no way. Someone has to say no. It just doesn’t happen.”
But all eight Ivy League schools said yes to Kwasi: Brown, Columbia, Cornell, Dartmouth, Harvard, Princeton, University of Pennsylvania and Yale.
Kwasi, a resident of Shirley, N.Y., scored 2250 out of 2400 on the SATs.
The son of immigrants from Ghana, Kwasi told CBS Evening News it was his parents who
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