Mason H.S. students earns spot at 11 different colleges

September 23, 2019 0 By Stanley Isaacs


COMMITMENT TO COLLEGE MENTORING AND HELPING STUDENTS GET FINANCIAL AID. SHEREE: A MASON HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT WHO EARNED A TRIP TO THE WHITE HOUSE HAS NOW EARNED A SPOT AT 11 DIFFERENT COLLEGES. EVERY SCHOOL THAT HE APPLIED THO * TO SAID YES. REPORTER: A MASON HIGH SCHOOL SENIOR AS HIS PICK OF COLLEGES. REPORTER: BLUYE DEMESSIE WAS ACCEPTED TO EVERY SCHOOL TO WHIC H HE APPLIED INCLUDING FIVE I’VE REALLYING SCHOOLS. WE TOLD YOU ABOUT BLUYE DEMESSIE BACK IN MARCH WHEN HE WAS INVITED TO THE WHITE HOUSE SCIENCE FAIR. HE’S DEVELOPED A WATER PURIFY INDICATION SYSTEM WHICH EXPERTS HAVE CALLED GAME CHANGING. REPORTER: NOW HE HAS TO DECIDE WHERE HE WOULD LIKE TO STUDY. HE HAS HIS CHOICE OF FIVE I’VE REALLYING SCHOOLS. HARVARD, YALE, PRINCETON, COLUMBIA AND CORNELL AS WELL AS SIX OTHER SCHOOLS. MIT, CALTECH. JOHN HAPPEN KINGS. CAL BERKELEY. WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY IN ST. ~LOUIS AND THE OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY. REPORTER: BLUYE DEMESSIE IS PLANNING TO MAJOR IN BIOCHEMISTRY. OFFICIALLY HE STILL HASN’T CHOSEN A SCHOOL YET. REPORTER: WHEN HE WAS AT THE WHITE HOUSE LAST MONTH HE TOLD US HE WAS LEANING TOWARD HARVARD. BACK TO YOU. SHEREE: ALL RIGHT, SO BLUYE DEMESSIE BECAME INTERESTED IN SCIENCE IN THE FIRST OR SECOND GRAD E AFTER READING THE BOOK “THE NEW WAY THINGS WORK.” RIGHT NOW HE’S WRITING A CHAPTER FOR THE