AWESOME! Black ‘Family Of Geniuses’ Reveal Secret To Success
WOW! This has to be the most accomplished Bush family you’ve never heard of.
In the town of Boca Raton, Florida a family with the surname of Bush is literally raising geniuses in their family one by one and looking to take over every area of government–one family member at a time.
The family of 11 includes two teenage daughters who have graduated college with master’s degrees and a host of talented brothers and sisters who are scoring off-the-charts in various school subjects.
The Bush family was profiled by the Today show and revealed some astonishing facts about this close knit family.
Because of their upbringing and hard work, three of the sisters, Grace, Gabrielle and Gisla, are all bound for successful careers.
The sisters were enrolled in the dual program at Florida Atlantic University while in high school. All three now have college and graduate degrees.
But don’t just take our word for it. A speaker at the girl’s graduation called the Bush’s, “America’s most amazing family.”
- Grace was an 18-years-old and graduated both high school and college in the same week at age 18! Two years later, she earned her Masters of Public Administration and wants to be the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court.
- Then 19-year-old Gabrielle graduated with a degree in health administration and only a year later she earned her Masters! Her goal is to be the Secretary of Health.
- When she was 21, Gisla, who is the firstborn and named after her mother, graduated college at age 18 with a degree in Urban Design and two years later got her Masters. She is already working in her chosen field of Housing and Urban Development.
So what’s their secret? Well, all of them were homeschooled.
The children have been homeschooled and have been immersed in the arts and sciences since they were very young. Mother, Gisla who is an architect and attorney says the secret sauce is, “dedication, commitment, perseverance and hard work.”
Homeschooling has proved to have a great track record for many successful people. For those who are looking to get more into homeschooling, here are three tips you may want to consider.
1. Figure out the legalities. Just as public school curricula vary from state to state, so too do the rules about homeschooling. There are 50 different state laws; parents should know what your state requires.
Though all states allow parents to educate their children at home, some states (like California) require parents to…