With high school and college graduations rapidly approaching, I thought it would be good to share with you the success of some of these young people.  Above is a video of a young man that someone told me about at work.  He graduated in 2010 and was the valedictorian of his class.  His speech is awesome and will bring you to tears.  He received over one million dollars in scholarships.  A few current students are listed below and all of them have been accepted into all eight Ivy League schools.

A Minnesota high school student has achieved the rare honor of being accepted by all 8 Ivy League schools, plus more highly accredited colleges.

“I was very surprised,” Munira Khalif, senior at Mounds Park Academy, said. “The best part for me was being able to call family members on the phone and to hear their excitement. This was truly a blessing from God.

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Decisions, decisions.

A North Carolina student who was accepted into all eight Ivy League schools will have to make a tough choice and decide where he wants to attend college in the fall.

Victor Agbafe, a student at Cape Fear Academy in Wilmington, also could go to Stanford or Duke because he was accepted at those prestigious institutions as well.

The 17-year-old got into 14 schools in all.

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Another high school student,  of Long Island, was also accepted into all eight Ivy League schools.

Ekeh, 18, was editor of his student paper and CEO of the Model UN.

He moved from moved from Nigeria to Long Island at the age of eight, got a 2270 on his SATs and also has plans to be a neurosurgeon so he can find an Alzheimer’s cure for his grandmother.

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