In an interview to a TV channel, David said, "I want to be an astrophysicist. I want to study black holes and supernovae."
Youngest school graduate is Pennsylvania boy.
Pennsylvania: Not even old enough to cross the school boundary. It is good to say that David graduated at the age of 9 when he started thinking about mathematics, science and computers. It sounds incredible! In fact, the American child David Balogun stunned everyone by obtaining such a degree. He graduated in science and computer programs. And David holds the record as the youngest high school graduate in Philadelphia to earn this degree.
David Balogun, a resident of Bensalem near Philadelphia, graduated high school with a science and computer program from the Cyber Chatter School in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. After obtaining this degree, David became the youngest school graduate. He is currently second in this list. Michael Kearney previously held the Guinness Book of World Records for being the youngest high school graduate. Michael graduated high school in 1990 at the age of 6. Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Ronan Farrow finished school at the age of 11. David has already committed to college.
David didn't complete his school-graduation just by playing games. Although the age is young, the 9-year-old child has already planned about the future. He has also decided which direction he will go as a profession after completing his studies. In an interview to a TV channel, David said, “I want to be an astrophysicist. Want to study black holes and supernovae.”
David's parents are impressed with their son's education and intelligence. Ronia, the proud mother of the youngest graduate, said that at only 9 years of age, David is capable of understanding many things and at times, David's intelligence outstrips his comprehension.
David is different from other students, said his teacher, Cody Dade. He said, “David has been an inspired child since childhood. He has changed the traditional way of thinking about education.”
David is a member of Menser IQ Society. Rich completed a semester at Bucks County College after graduating from the Center. Apart from studies, David's parents started looking for an educational institution where he could excel in co-curricular activities including sports.