Young girl graduates US high school, wins $700,000 scholarships offers to 20 universities
A young girl named Courtney Toran graduated from Nansemond River High School, United States, and was awarded 700,000 dollars worth of scholarships to 20 universities.
Courtney Toran graduated from Nansemond River High School, in Virginia. Upon graduation, she found out that she has been accepted by over 20 colleges and universities in the United States.
Courtney received more than 700,00 dollars in scholarship offers from the high school. Graduating high school is not the only feat she achieved. She recently bagged an associate degree from Paul Camp Community College, United States with honors.
She took advanced courses in addition to her already full course load which enabled her to be able to graduate with both a high school diploma and an associate degree.
”It’s a double whammy! I’m so blessed to have received my Associate’s Degree, with honors (Magna Cum Laude), before graduating high school. Thank you God, my parents, family, and friends for pushing me out of my academic comfort zone,” she wrote on her Instagram.
Courtney did not only excel academically while in high school, she was also an All-American cheerleader and served as the senior class president.
She mentioned that she originally planned to attend Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU), however, she kept applying to various schools. Before she knew it, she had acceptance letters to 25 colleges, including Spelman College, Old Dominion University, Salem College, and her original choice, Virginia Commonwealth University.
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