Here’s one of the biggest overachievers in the history of teenagers . . . ūüôā

Braxton Moralis¬†17¬†years old, and lives in a tiny town in southwest¬†Kansas.¬† And this month, he’s graduating from high school AND college at the same time.

And not just any college . . . HARVARD.

He skipped the fourth grade when he was younger, but still felt bored at school.  So his parents enrolled him in some classes at a few local universities.

And when he was 11, they signed him up for classes through Harvard’s extension program.¬† So he could take classes online too.

He graduated from high school this past Sunday.¬† And he’ll get his bachelor’s degree from Harvard next Thursday.¬† Then he plans to go to law school.

Obviously, he’s not the first kid-genius to graduate from Harvard early.¬† But usually, those kids leave high school early, and he didn’t.

It turns out he’s the first person to ever successfully pursue a four-year high school degree and a bachelor’s degree from Harvard at the same time.