12-year-old Caleb Anderson is set to make history as the youngest student to study aerospace engineering at Georgia Institute of Technology.
Caleb stunned school administrators with his advanced knowledge and his ability to deal with complex information. But this is nothing new for Caleb. By the age of two, he could read the Constitution. And since then, he’s become fluent in Spanish, French and Mandarin.
After graduating high school at the age of 11, Caleb now wants to be a rocket scientist -- and is ready to study alongside students who are nearly twice his age.
And while his parents are excited for Caleb to learn as much math and science as possible, they also want to make sure that he learns important life lessons outside of the classroom -- including compassion, kindness and looking for good in others.