Congratulations to Long Island, NY high school student Kwasi Enin for such an impressive accomplishment. Undoubtedly, it took a lot of hard work to achieve such a feat.

The Chicago Tribune reports.

New York high school student accepted at all eight Ivy League schools

A high school senior on Long Island has been accepted at all eight of the elite Ivy League schools – Brown, Columbia, Cornell, Dartmouth, Harvard, Yale, Princeton and the University of Pennsylvania, he told Reuters between classes on Tuesday.

“I got into my second-to-last school – Yale – and I was just astounded,” said Kwasi Enin. “And then Harvard sent me an email and I was just so grateful.”

Now it’s time for 17-year-old to decide where to enroll. He said he has all of April to choose a school.

“I think my primary interest now is Yale,” Enin said Tuesday morning, explaining that the financial aid package the New Haven, Connecticut school offered is “close” to a full, four-year scholarship.

He is awaiting financial aid packages from some of the other schools before making the big decision.

Enin, of Shirley, New York, attends William Floyd High School in nearby Mastic, New York. The son of two nurses, he wants to study medicine, he said.

Enin said all the attention he has received for his accomplishment is as unexpected as his perfect acceptance rate.

“I thought that getting into all the Ivy Leagues schools was, like, good for me – but now it’s a national thing. It’s kind of crazy.”