Kwasi Enin Is Accepted at *ALL* 8 Ivy League Universities!

Let it be know that Kwasi Enin APPLIED to and was ACCEPTED into *ALL* EIGHT (8) Ivy League UNIVERSITIES. He’s a high school senior, IVY LEAGUE COLLEGES or UNIVERSITIES, NOT schools. Got it?

Kwasi Enin has made HISTORY, beacuse he is the FIRST student to achieve this phenomenal feat.

CONGRATULATIONS, KWASI!

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Long Island high school student is accepted at all eight Ivy League schools

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Kwasi Enin, a senior at William Floyd High School in Mastic, applied at each of the eight Ivy League schools and got accepted into all of them. The acceptance rate for upcoming freshmen at these elite schools ranges from 5.9% at Harvard to 14% at Cornell.

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“I think my preference is Yale,” he said. “They seem to embody all the kind of things I want in college. The family, the wonderful education, the amazing diverse students and financial aid, as well. I think Yale has all that for me right now. It’s tough to compare all these wonderful schools,” he ended.  

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Kwasi Enin and family- LOL Ya’ll know Kwasi’s sister is a NERD.

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16 Responses to Kwasi Enin Is Accepted at *ALL* 8 Ivy League Universities!

  1. Ametia says:

    Congratulations, Kwasi!

  2. Insecure biatch hating on a kid.

    But did he apply to Stanford?

    http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/answer-sheet/wp/2014/04/01/but-did-he-apply-to-stanford/

    Have you heard yet about 17-year-old Kwasi Enin of Shirley, N.Y., who applied to all of the eight schools in the Ivy League and got into every single one? If not, you are, by now, the only one.

    The William Floyd High School senior told Newsday that he couldn’t believe it when, one right after the other, the Ivy League schools — Harvard University, Yale University, Princeton University, Columbia University, Cornell University, Dartmouth College, the University of Pennsylvania and Brown University — all welcomed him into the class of 2018.

    Congratulations to Kwasi Enin. Now can we stop talking about him?

    We might as well also congratulate Avery Coffey, 17, a senior at D.C.’s Benjamin Banneker Academic High School, who was admitted to all five of the Ivy League schools – Harvard, Princeton, Yale, the University of Pennsylvania, and Brown — to which he applied, according to MyFoxDC.com. Well done. But that’s enough.

    It isn’t easy to get into the Ivy League, everybody knows; the admission rate this year was 8.925641 percent, rounding to the nearest millionth of a percentage point, according to this story by my colleague Nick Anderson, and the schools aren’t shy about telling the world about it. Princeton University issued a news release with this headline: “Princeton offers admission to 7.28 percent of applicants.” The lowest admit rate in the Ivy League was Harvard, at 5.9 percent, but as it turns out, Stanford University on the West Coast had an even lower percentage — 5.07 (the .07 is important), the lowest in the school’s storied history.

    Now that we’ve settled that, can schools reconsider sending out the annual brag sheet about all those kids who didn’t get in? And can we please stop talking about who got into the Ivy League, or Stanford, or any other school? You’d think with all the emphasis put on these schools that lots of kids go there. They don’t. In fact, the percentage of kids who go to highly selective schools is a very tiny percentage of the teens who go to college. Way less than 1 percent.

  3. The haters are seething with jealousy about this kid getting accepted at *ALL* 8 Ivy League Universities. Seriously, jealous white people, you need to get over your insecurity.

  4. rikyrah says:

    Bravo to this young man and his parents!

  5. rikyrah says:

    I’m not lying.

    If this was my kid, I’d make a t-shirt and wear it every day…LOL

  6. vitaminlover says:

    Bravo! Mr. Kwasi.

  7. Wow! Totally awesome!

    Congrats, Kwasi!

  8. Of course, I root for him choosing Columbia. Upper West Syeed and all.

    • Ametia says:

      LOL HI Liberal Librarian. Nice try, but I think Kwasi’s leaning way forward to YALE.

      • Oh god, L’ecole de Bush?? No no no. He’s a Long Island boy. He’ll stay close to home.

        But, all kidding aside, totally awesome for that young man. Time for him to live his dreams.

      • Ametia says:

        HA HA HA HA Yep, Mr. “Weapons of Mass Destruction” is a Yale Man. Although I suspect Kwasi’s choosing Yale for all the reasons that L’ecole de Bush did not.

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