The family sending all ten of their home-schooled children to college by the age of 12 | Mail Online
A mother who home-schools her ten children in Montgomery, Alabama, has opened up about how six of them began their college degrees by the age of 12.
Those of the Harding siblings who have already graduated from college have gone on to become a doctor, an architect, a spacecraft designer and a master’s student. Another two - 12 and 14-years-old - are still finishing up their degrees.
But the Harding children insist they are not geniuses. Instead, they credit their achievements to home-schooling, as well as a concentrated focus on their passions, which their parents taught them to hone in on from an early age.
'By the time you get down to number five, number six, they just think learning seems normal,' Mona Lisa said of her children.
For Serenneh, that passion was medicine. The 22-year-old is currently on her way to becoming a Navy doctor - which will make her one of the youngest physicians in American history
Younger sister Rosannah, now 20, became a fully-fledged architect at the age of 18.
And Heath, who graduated from Huntingdon College at 15, will have completed his master’s in computer science just after his 17th birthday.