Grace Bush is having a dual celebration! She received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Criminal Justice from Florida Atlantic University at the age of 16, before she even graduated from high school. The teen will receive her high school diploma from the Florida Atlantic University High School.
Grace took part in the Florida Atlantic University Dual High School program which allows high performing high school students to earn college credit for the classes they are enrolled in. She completed her four year degree in just three years; she graduated with a 3.8 grade point average. The 16 year old began her college studies at the age of 13 at Broward College. In an interview with CBS Miami the teen mentions it is weird that she received her college degree before she received her high school diploma.
Grace has plans to first study this summer for the LSAT, start her Master’s degree in the fall, attend law school after graduate school and eventually become the Chief of Justice of the United States! The South Florida teen is on a roll and has a bright future ahead of her.
Though Grace seems busy with her studies, she plays the flute in her spare time! Keep a look out for the teen because we are bound to see her again.