MADISON, Wis. (AP) -- A Monona teen may be the youngest to walk across the Kohl Center stage and receive her bachelor's degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Less than three weeks after her 16th birthday, Serra Crawford graduated Sunday. Serra says she just enjoys learning.
The UW-Madison registrar's office says Serra is the youngest graduate since 1978, the year records began to be searchable.
At age 4, Serra was doing second-grade math. By 6, she was into trigonometry and algebra. And, by 10 she was doing college-level work. Home schooling and e-learning courses put Serra on the fast track. The State Journal says intelligence runs in the family. Serra's brother, Kyler, was 16 1/2 when he graduated from UW-Madison last year.
According to WMTV-TV, upon graduation she says she’s considering getting a Masters in Nutrition from Madison and then onto medical school. Ultimately, Serra wants to be a surgeon.
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