Keller Teenager Gets College Degree at 14; Sibling Youngest Ever to Participate In SMU Law– NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth

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He’s currently the CEO of his own business and now a Keller teenager is also a college graduate, years prior to his peers will ever set foot on a university school. It ends up, very high achievement runs in the household.

At 14, the majority of teenagers are navigating the halls of a high school for the first time, but Ian Taylor Schlitz is commemorating one college graduation and well on his way to the next.

The Keller
teenager was simply 12 when he initial step on to Tarrant County College’s Northeast
campus.

” When I advanced on to college, it was nearly like it’s where I belonged,” said Schlitz.

Though it might be an uncommon development, it seemed just natural to Schlitz who had actually been pulled from public school at age 8 to allow him to learn at a faster speed.

” I’m.
actually glad [my parents] permitted me to do this, you understand, excel,” said Ian.

In the four.
years that followed, he ‘d ended up primary, middle and high school before.
joining big sibling Haley at TCC.

She was able.
to reveal him the ropes of being the ‘kid’ on campus prior to she carried on to Texas.
Women’s University.

Last year, she became the youngest person ever confessed to SMU’s Dedman School of Law at simply 16.

” I discovered.
about the stereotypes all of us put on children. We believe what children can’t do,.
and children have so much potential if we would just let them shine. I think.
they will shock us all,” said their dad William Schlitz.

Schlitz stated he and his partner have just recently been approached by numerous good friends turning to homeschool amidst the pandemic.

He stated they.
inform them to concentrate on what’s crucial, which for them was mathematics and.
checking out understanding.

Aside from.
that, he said he’s discovered to leave his kids’ method.

” I needed to find out to take my fears and.
the things I believed about what 13 suggested and what 14 suggested or what 16 implied,.
and I needed to put those away,” stated William.

As Ian moves.
on to the University of North Texas’ Formality College where he’s pursuing a multidisciplinary.
degree, little sister Hana is getting the reins with her first class at TCC.

Ian expects.
to finish next year.

From there,.
he’ll likely pursue an MBA.

After all, the teenager is likewise the CEO of his own business, Kidlamity Gaming.

He said he’s.
Considering following in his mom’s footsteps by attending medical.
school.

With more.
time than a lot of, he may even do both.

In 2019, Ian’s mother, Dr. Myiesha Taylor, and Haley published a book called ‘The Homeschool Option.’

They have actually a.
second book concentrated on early college that will be released in October.