Monday, June 18, 2007

Gifted 16-year-old graduates college with three majors

Andrew Hsu, 16, prepares for his recent graduation at the University of Washington. After starting his UW studies at age 12, he earned degrees in biochemistry, chemistry and neurobiology and is the school's second-youngest graduate. JOHN LOK / THE SEATTLE TIMES

David Hsu, left, embraces his son Andrew after graduation. This summer, Andrew will begin studies at Stanford University's medical school.

Andrew Hsu hasn't taken his driving test yet, but he'll become the second-youngest graduate of the University of Washington this month with majors in neurobiology, biochemistry and chemistry. Andrew attended an advanced public school program until he was 7, then took distance learning high school courses as a home-schooler, and began college courses at 12. The Seattle Times

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