The most youthful alumni of Southern Methodist University's graduate school will get her recognition this week.
Haley Schlitz moved on from Texas Woman's University at 16 years old. She was acknowledged by nine different graduate schools and picked SMU's Dedman School of Law.
In 2019, the Fort Worth local said the graduate school was only the consistent subsequent stage in her schooling.
"What's the following stage individuals go to, after school what's straightaway? It resembles a graduate school; it resembles alright, we should do that, how about we go," she said.
Haley's folks said they saw in fifth grade that she was, to some degree, exhausted going to customary center school. They began self-teach her, and she indeed took off.
"One summer, she showed herself math in about a month and a half. I believe that is the point at which my better half and I only took a gander at one another like goodness amazing; this is a lot greater than we envisioned it would be," her father, William Schlitz, said in 2019 meeting.
She began secondary school classes at age 11. By 13, she was prepared to start school.
Now that she's 19 and will before long have a regulation degree, Haley said she's keen on training issues and expanding open doors for gifted and capable young ladies and understudies of variety.
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