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Nigerian immigrant Harold Ekeh Accepted Into All Eight Ivy League Schools

Congrats! Harold Ekeh, has been accepted to every single college he applied for and that includes multiple IVY League school.  Harold Ekeh, 18, served as the editor of his student newspaper and chief executive of the Model UN after moving to the US from his native Nigeria. Harold has until May 1, 2015, to decide…. Well done Harold! Such an inspiration! Making Nigeria and Africa PROUD!   More about whiz kids here Credit: World...

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Kwasi Enin: NY Teen Accepted To All 8 Ivy League Universities

It’s tough enough to get into one Ivy League school. But all eight? That’s what happened to Kwasi Enin a first generation American from Ghana student at William Floyd High School in Mastic Beach, N.Y., this week. The 17-year-old received acceptance letters from Brown, Columbia, Cornell, Dartmouth, Harvard, Princeton, the University of Pennsylvania and Yale. So where will he end up? “I’m thinking of being a cardiologist or neurologist,” said Enin, who lives in Shirley. “A doctor is a community leader, a protector, someone who people turn to … when they need help. Kwasi Enin has confirmed he is...

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Student Arianna Alexander Accepted to 26 Universities And Offered More 3 Million in Scholarships

 Student Arianna Alexander Accepted to 26 Universities, Offered More Than $3 Million in Scholarships….Chicago student Arianna Alexander graduated with 5.1 grade point average on a 4.0 scale. The Kenwood Academy’s valedictorian has been accepted into 26 universities, which includes 6 Ivy league schools. Her dream was to go to college to learn about business, be an entrepreneur and own four restaurants. However, she has been provided with a number of options. Her scholarship offers total more than $3 million, she had her encouragement from her father …. Arianna said’ I feel like it means i can afford college and i...

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Greensboro student from Ghana accepted into 24 universities

A Greensboro high school senior originally from Ghana has been accepted into 24 universities all over the country. Akosua Beoke is one of 45 graduates from the Early College at Guilford — the first graduation of 30 for Guilford County Schools. Beoke and her family moved to Greensboro from Ghana seven years ago. Her father Frank Beoke said it was a sacrifice well worth it for the opportunities for his children. “It’s a sacrifice; I was actually in a good paying job back in Ghana, but then the family comes first,” Beoke said. Amongst the 24 colleges, six of them Ivy League schools Beoke has decided on Columbia University…Read more here. Congrats Akosua! ...

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