Meet Chicago teen Christian Davis, he got 36 college acceptance letters
By Krystle Crossman
It is that time of year when seniors in high school anxiously await a letter from the colleges of their choice. They keep their fingers crossed and hope that all of their hard work and extra-curricular activities were enough to get them into their first choice schools. For one Chicago teen, his hard work paid off in a big way. Christian Davis, who is graduating from Southland College Prep this year, has the difficult decision of narrowing down his college choice between over three dozen different colleges around the country.
Davis has always been a great student. He has worked hard through the years to make sure that he was as academically successful as possible. He has been in AP and honors courses throughout his years at Southland College Prep. His ACT score was a 34 which is far above the average of 20 for the school. His GPA on a four-point level is a 4.79. With these amazing scores and obvious dedication that Davis has put into his academics, it is a wonder that he has time for anything else in his life. Not only does he work hard at school but he also volunteers at a local hospital playing guitar to help others feel a little better.
Now that he has gotten his acceptance letters it is time for Davis to choose the school that he will be attending in the fall. He has gotten over five million dollars in scholarship money.