This 14-Year-old is on His Way to Being the Next Stephen Hawking

This 14-Year-old is on His Way to Being the Next Stephen Hawking

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As you can guess by the graduation cap, Carson Huey-You is not your ordinary 14-year-old.

Carson just became the youngest student to ever graduate from Texas Christian University after earning his bachelor’s degree in physics.

His mother, Amy Peterson, already knew he was destined for greatness when he started doing calculus at just 3 years old. After being homeschooled as a young child, Carson then graduated from high school as valedictorian when he was 10 years-old before moving on to TCU.

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The child prodigy plans to continue his education by pursuing his master’s degree at the university next year.

Except that he won’t be the youngest student anymore – Carson’s 11-year-old brother will also be attending the university to study astrophysics.

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