15-year-old goes to Harvard after being accepted to 13 colleges
Saheela Ibraheem wasn't sure any college would want to admit a 15-year-old. So the Piscataway teen hedged her bets and filled out applications to 14 schools from New Jersey to California.
"It's the age thing. I wanted to make sure I had options," said Saheela, a senior at the Wardlaw-Hartridge School.
In the end, 13 colleges accepted her -- including six of the eight Ivy League schools.
After weeks of debate, Saheela settled on Harvard. She will be among the youngest members of the school's freshman class.