Kwasi Enin: Which Ivy League School Did The High School Genius Choose?

Thu, May 1, 2014 2:30pm EDT by 5 Comments
Kwasi Enin Selevts Ivy League School
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Kwasi Enin finally made a decision! The brilliant high school student was faced with a very difficult decision after being accepted to all eight ivy league schools. So, which one did he choose? Click inside to find out!

Kwasi Enin, , 17, has decided which ivy league school he will call his alma mater. Is it Yale, Harvard, Brown, Columbia, or another university?

Kwasi Enin Decides Which Ivy School To Attend

So, which ivy league school did Mastic Beach, New York genius Kwasi decide on?

Yale!

On Wednesday, May 1, the teen staged a “conference” in his William Floyd High School gymnasium where he announced he will be attending Yale in the fall.

“My Bull Dog Days experience last week was incredible,” he said, referring to his New Haven campus visit.

“I met geniuses from all across the world. And everyone there was so friendly and inviting. And I believe that their deep appreciation and love for music, like I have, was very critical for me deciding to go there.”

Congrats, Kwasi! Making such a difficult decision could not have been easy by any means, so he must be relieved to have settled on a fantastic choice.

Kwasi Was Accepted To

After scoring a 2250 out of a possible 2400 on his SATs and being placed in the 98th percentile across the country, Kwasi was accepted to all eight ivy league schools.

Harvard, Brown, Columbia, University of Pennsylvania, Dartmouth, Princeton, Cornell, and his winning choice — Yale.

Kwasi, who ranks at number 11 at his high school, was also accepted to an additional three universities in the state of New York.

People think Kwasi is like an angel or somebody who was sheltered. Really, we gave him a lot of freedom, even though at the same time we were very strict with him in terms of academics and the way he behaved. … We only pray that going forward he will stay focused and not be distracted,” the teen’s father, Ebenezer Enin, told CNN.

– Lauren Cox

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anna

Posted at 12:17 AM on May 5, 2014  

just because he is just black…if it was a white person or Asian with the same qualifications they would of not been accepted into all 8.

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Michael

Posted at 1:53 PM on May 3, 2014  

Lucky for him he is not white. LOL

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grace

Posted at 10:57 PM on May 2, 2014  

Good for the boy. However, I have to point out, getting into ivy leagues does not mean you are a genius. Getting into a Ivy League means you work hard and are driven, and most accepted students are very smart, but you don’t have to be a total genius. That being said, Kwasi must have worked terribly hard and i congratulate him on this great accomplishment.

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Sally

Posted at 6:15 PM on May 2, 2014  

Kwasi could possible the greatest genius of the 21st century to date. No other student in recorded history has ever been accepted to eight Ivy League colleges.

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Cali Gurl

Posted at 3:08 PM on May 1, 2014  

Great story! Good for this young man :-)

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