A 12-year-old in North Carolina used the downtime he had during the pandemic to …

A 12-year-old in North Carolina used the downtime he had during the pandemic to take on a few extra classes in school. Now, one year later, Mike Wimmer, of Salisbury, is getting ready to graduate high school and college — in the same week. Wimmer completed four years of school in one year — two years of high school and a two-year associate’s degree. He will graduate from Rowan-Cabarrus Community College on May 21, and from Concord Academy High School on May 28, where he is valedictorian. He said his GPA at Rowan-Cabarrus Community College is 4.0, while his high school GPA is 5.45.⁠

(📸: Courtesy Mark Wimmer)⁠

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  1. How can you go to college if you didnt graduate high school and aren’t even 18? Must be from Alabama?

  2. That’s great! But at the same time I wonder if he was able to enjoy his pre teen years doing kids’ stuff 🤔

  3. Bragger……😂 Congratulations you’re smarter than anybody in North Carolina without a doubt 👏

  4. All that IQ and brains but I bet he’s socially insecure and had a variety of social issues. Good for him for all that accomplishment but I’ve never met someone with a genius intellect and quality social cues.

  5. When I was in high school, the highest GPA you could get was 4.0. I was valedictorian and I had a 4.0. If the highest is no longer 4.0, how do you even measure anything? We had quality points that determined class rank.

  6. I hope his parents can still structure him a lifestyle where he gets social interaction with kids his own age. Social interaction with peers is still important at his age


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