- Jonathan Walker, a final-year student from Florida, has been accepted into 27 colleges and universities
- The 18-year-old Rutherford High School student also received $4 million in scholarships money in addition
- The teenager, who has earned the spotlight for his achievement, has also invented a device that helps people who are blind and/or deaf
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A high school senior from Florida, Jonathan Walker, has been accepted into 27 colleges and universities with $4 million in scholarships offers.
The Rutherford High School prodigy achieved this while balancing his studies with extra-curricular activities in school.
Smart tech brain
Despite his busy routine, the teenager found time to invent a device that helps people who are blind and/or deaf, according to ABC News.
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In addition to being extremely smart, he's also a staple on the school's football team.
Walker told ABC News that he thinks it's crazy that he applied to all 27 schools and got in.
"I've always loved creating devices to help people, so I definitely want to further that."
Walker's 27 schools include Ivy League institutions like Yale, Harvard, and the University of Pennsylvania.
Mzansi truly inspired by PhD graduate Who Made It at 31
In related news, Briefly News reported that Thapelo Donald Kgabage is a proud man after inspiring many of his friends on social media by becoming a PhD graduate at the age of 31.
The man is based in the North West province and his story has been documented by Varsity World on Facebook.
Kgabage’s success has inspired many social media users on the app and he also recounted how his journey began in 2010.
Hebanna: guys chilling in a river boast about their success, Mzansi laughs at them
In other news, Briefly News reported that two South African guys were a hit in the internet space after sharing their video as they chilled in the dam pretending as if they are on the beach.
The two guys are spending time in the water and one of them says it’s useless to have a job. He continues to say a job is all about getting a salary and that all about money and he seems to challenge the guys who are in urban areas must come back. He argues that food doesn’t grow from the shops but from the ground.
He continues to say he is having fun and that he doesn’t need to go and work for the company because his life is not determined by which company or job he does on a daily basis.
Source: Briefly News