David Balogun, a 9-year-old boy from Pennsylvania, recently made history by graduating high school. His dream is to become an astrophysicist and he is already one step closer to achieving his goal.
David graduated from Reach Cyber Charter School in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania with a diploma. He was able to do this in only three years, which is an incredible feat for someone of his age.
David’s parents have advanced degrees and they are proud of their son’s accomplishments. They have been supporting him every step of the way and helping him pursue his dreams. David has a photographic memory which helps him learn quickly and retain information easily.
When asked about his future plans, David said that he wants to be an astrophysicist and study black holes and supernovas. He also plans on attending college after graduating high school so that he can further pursue his dream of becoming an astrophysicist.
“I want to be an astrophysicist, and I want to study black holes and supernovas,” he said.
David’s story has inspired many people around the world who are amazed at what this young boy has accomplished at such a young age. It shows that anything is possible if you put your mind to it and work hard enough. David is proof that age does not define your potential or limit your dreams.
It will be interesting to see what the future holds for David Balogun as he continues on his journey towards becoming an astrophysicist.
“We’re still kind of grappling with all these things, if that makes any sense, to figure out what is the right fit,” his mom said.
“You can imagine a 9-year-old running around a campus by himself,” added his dad, Henry Balogun. “It’s difficult for him to focus on what adults usually like to focus on. And they might see him as ‘OK, where is the parent? Where is your dad?’ Or ‘where is your mom?'”