Fox Family Edge: Graduation Rates on the Rise, Whiz Kid Picks From 7 Ivy League Schools

Published 05/01 2014 08:42AM

Updated 05/01 2014 08:49AM

FOX FAMILY EDGE -- High school graduation rates across the country have reached a record high. Arkansas's high school graduation rate is above the national average, with 84 percent of students getting their diplomas on time.

The New York high school student who made headlines for getting accepted to all eight ivy league schools has decided where he wants to go. 17-year-old Kwasi Enin announced Wednesday he plans to enroll at Yale. "Each school has unique characteristics and so much to offer which made this an incredibly difficult decision. I look forward to the next phase of life and the amazing opportunities that await me," he said.

Enin says yale was "friendly and inviting," and he appreciated the school's "love for music and medicine." Along with being a top scholar, Enin is also an athlete, sings and plays three instruments. He plans to study medicine.


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