A Florida high school student who applied to 27 colleges and universities was accepted to them all. Harvard, Yale, and the University of Pennsylvania are just a few of the many Ivy League institutions.
Jonathan Walker stated he was looking forward to the future.
“That’s such a rare thing to occur, but the fact that it did happen, I’m so excited about it,” Walker said on WJHG.
An International Baccalaureate student, the 18-year-old finished college-level courses throughout his junior and senior years of high school. Students may earn college credits for completing the program’s tests, which cover a wide range of topics.
He is also a member of the school’s football squad, which he enjoys. As if having a social life and being involved in extracurricular activities weren’t enough, Walker is also an inventor. A gadget for the deaf and the blind was built by him because he stated he wanted to assist others. The patenting procedure is now underway.
During the application process, Walker said he made care to take his time.
It’s like preparing a set of essays for one institution and then revising them particularly for the schools, according to Walker.
Students considering applying to universities should make sure they have a strong sense of purpose and are willing to work hard to achieve their goals.
If you don’t give up no matter what happens, Walker emphasized.
All of the universities have made Walker scholarship offers totalling over $4 million, Although, he hasn’t decided on a university yet.