These 3 Ghanaian Teenage Girls Got Into Harvard, Yale And MIT And The Celebrations Aren't Ending Anytime Soon
These girls are receiving a lot of love.
With the distribution of college acceptance letters in full swing, people have been uplifting and celebrating young black students gaining admission to prestigious universities around the world. Such is the same for Ghanaian teens Katia Maame Dufie Osei, Afia Sarpong Frimpong and Isabelle Quaye who got into Harvard, Yale and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) respectively, according to Ghana's Citi Newsroom.
Citi Newsroom reports the three teenagers all performed outstandingly on the SAT exam and have been admitted to more than one top university. Frimpong and Osei attend Wesley Girls’ High School in Cape Coast, Ghana, and Quaye attends Ghana International School in the nation's capital.
Since news spread of their acceptances, people have taken to Twitter to share in the celebration. One Twitter user, @Yeho_, wrote about Osei receiving acceptance letters from Harvard, University of Pennsylvania and Columbia University:
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Earlier this evening a good friend of mine got a rejection letter from NYU. She cried so bitterly.— Yehowahi™ (@Yeho_) March 29, 2018'
A few hours later, she got acceptance letters from HARVARD, UPPEN AND COLUMBIA‼️‼️‼️‼️🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉
A real legend: Katia Maame Dufie Osei#GodsPlan pic.twitter.com/06PNmIek42
Another Twitter user, @Eve_of_On, shared her excitement for Quaye's acceptance into MIT.
"My little sister Isabelle Quaye (far right) giving me all the life in the world and making headlines in my home country Ghana," she wrote. "MIT is so lucky to have you. The world is your oyster baby! SHINE ON!!!"
My little sister Isabelle Quaye (far right) giving me all the life in the world and making headlines in my home country Ghana. MIT is so lucky to have you. The world is your oyster baby! SHINE ON!!! #proudsister #womenofexcellence #supportherhttps://t.co/uPS0O6i0zR— Yvonne Osei (@Eve_of_On) April 12, 2018'