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Arizona 15-year-old will graduate from college, then high school


An Arizona 15-year-old girl will don two different caps and gowns this month, but the first won’t be at her high school graduation, Good Morning America reports. Kimberly Koerth, 15, will graduate this Saturday from Central Arizona College, where she’ll receive her Associate’s degree. The following Monday, the newly minted graduate will head back to her high school classroom — with a college degree. The soon-to-be double graduate with a 4.0 GPA won’t be a high school student for long though. She’s set to graduate in two weeks from the Casa Grande, Ariz. high school. The teen, who skipped a grade in elementary school, started her college studies at age 12 after teachers said she was ready for advanced math courses that the school couldn’t offer. When she entered high school, the credits she had earned at Central Arizona College were also counted towards her high school studies…

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