When a Florida high school student receives her diploma this week—early, albeit—she'll already have her college degree. Puzzled? Just understand that she's kind of good at the whole school thing. Just a little bit. 

According to the Huffington Post, Grace Bush, 16, is ready to graduate from Florida Atlantic University High School in Boca Raton, Fla. The school allows students to simultaneously enroll in college courses and work towards their higher education. Bush seized that opportunity. 

Bush, whose mother said she started reading at the age of two, told CBS Miami that she began her collegiate studies at Broward College when she was 13, and eventually earned her degree from Florida Atlantic University. So not only did she graduate from high school early, she graduated from college before high school. Amazing. 

What does Bush have planned next? Beginning a master's program, maybe law school in the future and becoming chief justice of the U.S. There's no reason to think that's out of the question.

[via The Huffington Post, CBS Miami and Sun Sentinel]

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