Here’s a kid with a bright future ahead of him.

CBS 5 in California reports.

15-Year-Old Set To Begin Graduate School At Stanford University

He is not old enough to drive or vote. But on Monday, a 15-year-old is starting graduate school at an elite Bay Area university.

Arun Jambulapati said he is ready to study applied mathematics at Stanford’s graduate school. At age 15, he has already earned his bachelor’s degree in math, with highest honors, from the University of Memphis.

Arun said he doesn’t feel like a prodigy or a whiz kid. “I just don’t have anything to compare it to. I’m just doing whatever I feel natural doing,” he said.

At age 2, Arun could already read independently and solve complex math problems. And in preschool, he told his teacher he could read the scientific names of all of the clouds.

“It was a big challenge for me to keep him engaged all the time,” V.J. Jambulapati, Arun’s father, told KPIX 5.

V.J. said at age seven, Arun read like an eighth grader.

“Around fifth grade, I basically stopped trying since there was nothing I could do. Just boring,” Arun said.

Arun skipped high school, and went straight to college. “I was actually learning new things,” he said.

He was only ten.