Getting into the university is a great honor, but then been accepted by all the schools you applied for is a fantastic feat and a story worth celebrating.
I believe you are wondering how that is possible. Well, a young Ghanaian based American, Kyle Ayisi has hit that mark, and it’s worth it if he celebrates such feat.
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14 Colleges have accepted Kyle Ayisi in America, including 5 Ivy League schools.
Some of the schools Ayisi gained admission into were Princeton, Columbia, Yale, Harvard, University of Pennsylvania, University of Chicago, Washington University, Johns Hopkins and Vanderbilt.
In an interview with Fox28, Kyle said, “I’ve just been raised to always work hard, and to work towards my goals. So, I set my goals very early in my life and I worked toward them.”
“I’m in diversity club, German club, I used to run track, and now I play volleyball,” said Ayisi, as he finished listing his extracurriculars.
“Music, marching band, choir, student council, national honor society,” said Kyle Ayisi, as he listed all the activities he’s involved in.
With a long list of schools to choose from, Kyle has decided to attend Princeton University. On why he choose Princeton University, he said, “When I stepped onto Princeton, it just kinda felt really nice, it felt right.”
According to Ayisi, he tries to prioritize each thing and focus on what makes him happiest. In his submission, he credited his parents as far as work ethics go.
The soon to be Princeton University freshman is excited about this next chapter as he looks forward to learning everything about the brain, thus how the brain works and functions.