13-Year-Old Caleb Anderson Starts Classes as Aerospace Engineer Major at Georgia Tech

Attending school in person in the midst of a heightened pandemic full of variant diseases is daunting on its own.

Now, add in going through puberty and being not old enough to even drive yourself to your class, and you have the wonderfully intriguing story of Caleb Anderson.

The 13-year-old Georgia Tech student recently attended his first day of classes and began his journey to become a major in aerospace engineering.

The university confirmed in a statement his attendance, but is unsure if he is the “youngest student to ever attend Georgia Tech,” and Anderson is seemingly excited after completing courses at Chattahoochee Technical College for advanced credits.

Anderson called his first day of classes “pretty interesting” in the university’s statement, citing the size of the school’s campus as “massive.”

“This is the kind of school I have been wanting to go to for a very long time, and I am finally here,” the Marietta, Georgia teen said.

The school, excited about Anderson’s attendance and reflections, shared a video about his first day of classes on Twitter.

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SOURCE: ESSENCE, Kevin L. Clark

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