Jasmine Cofield is one ambitious, studious young lady, snagging three college degrees before getting her high school diploma, making her the 2015 recipient of a Civic Award, The Black Home School reports.

Cofield, who is now a senior at Central Michigan University, started out at Mott Middle College. The Middle College has a program that integrates high school and college courses, so it is actually quite normal for most students from the Middle College to graduate with their high school diploma and 15 college credits, the site notes.


However, Cofield ambitions took her farther. By the time she got her diploma, she had completed three associate degrees from Mott Community College, maintaining a whopping 4.0 average for her college courses and finishing up high school with a 3.97 GPA.

Her smarts got her enough scholarship money for her to do her Bachelor’s degree at Central Michigan University, where she is studying to be a Physician’s Assistant in Neuroscience, the Black Home School notes. Read the full article at the Root.