Houstan: Micheal Brown, a seventeen-year-old high school grad is en route to the time of his life as he just got accepted to 20 top universities with full scholarship from each. Lamar High School student Micheal Brown knew no bound to his joy when he came across another acceptance from one of the schools and chose to be surrounded with close friends and family before checking on the update.
“I was nervous for each one because no one ever wants to be rejected, but especially for Stanford, and I did not expect and or think I’d get into all schools until I got into Stanford,” Micheal shared in an interview.
With full scholarships from Yale, Princeton, Northwestern, Johns Hopkins, the University of Texas at Austin and Georgetown, including Harvard whose endorsement came last week, Micheal now has an additional 260,000 dollars to his scholarship fortune.
Micheal scored 4.68 GPA, with 1540 on the SAT, and 34 out of 36 on the ACT, he had his charms in extracurricular and volunteer activities as well.
When it came time to apply to college, Micheal had already achieved an impressive high school academic record, scoring a fine 4.68 GPA, with 1540 on the SAT, and 34 out of 36 on the ACT, he had his charms in extracurricular and volunteer activities as well.
Micheal said it was his mother who inspired him to push himself. “I want to remain humble through all this,” Micheal said Monday. “Out of all the students to achieve similar feats, I am just very happy and very honored to share my story and inspire other students.”