Carson Huey-You is the youngest student to ever enroll at Texas Christian University. According to NBCDFW, the 11-year-old has just enrolled as a freshman and will begin taking classes for the fall semester.
Huey-You’s educational excellence began at the age of 2. He could read chapter books by that age and could multiply and divide by 3-years-old. By the time he was 5, Huey-You was a freshman in high school.
He attended Accommodated Learning Academy and graduated in June with a 4.0 grade point average and scored 1770 on his SAT. Along with his mastery in academics, Huey-You is also a classically trained pianist. During his admissions interview at TCU, he played Beethoven.
This semester, Huey-You is taking calculus, physics, history and religion. To make his transition easier, his mother escorts him to every class.
Huey-You wants to become a quantum physicist and hopes to earn his Ph.D. by the age of 20.
He is a shining example of how educating a child from birth can pay off tremendously in the long run.