A 13-year-old Atlanta teen is proving that Black girls' possibilities are endless with her latest achievement.
According to the Atlanta Journal Constitution, Kimora Hudson just made history as the youngest student to be accepted at the University of West Georgia.
Hudson, who hails from Douglasville, Georgia, is currently both enrolled in high school and UWG where she stands as an inspiration to her classmates in both institutions.
Speaking with the publication, she expounded on her journey towards excellence and how she found out she was basically a genius.
"I've always raised my hand first in class," she said. "That just felt normal to me. But when I started getting accepted into really advanced educational programs, I started thinking, 'OK, I'm really smart.'"
The young wiz was able to enroll into the university's Move On When Ready/Dual Enrollment program based on her extraordinary intelligence. The program is described as an "academic acceleration initiative for 10th, 11th and 12th graders, as a 9th grader." This all means that in roughly two years, Kimora will be a high school graduate with college credits which will, ultimately, classify her as a college junior.
Once she receives her degree, Kimora plans on becoming a marine biologist, veterinarian, surgeon or psychologist. Whatever she decides to pursue, we're pretty certain she will excel, greatly.
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