2 April 2014

Ghana: Student Accepted to All Ivy League Schools in U.S.

Cape Town — A New York high school student whose family immigrated to the United States from Ghana has been accepted to all eight Ivy League schools in the U.S, according to CNN.

Kwasi Enin, 17, reportedly applied to Harvard, Yale, Brown, Columbia, University of Pennsylvania, Dartmouth, Princeton and Cornell, and a few other schools. He will have to choose a school by the May 1 deadline.

Enin told Newsday he was "hoping to get one or two" acceptance letters, but "then they all came".

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There appears to be a frontrunner in the race - Yale.


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