Black Teenager in Indiana Aces the SAT, the ACT and All Her AP Tests

SJHS_Blue_SealLove Osunnuga is a 15-year-old girl who is a senior at St. Joseph High School in South Bend, Indiana. She skipped both the first and fifth grades so will graduate from high school this coming spring at the age of 16.

Osunnuga is not only a superior student but is an accomplished musician. She also scored a perfect score on the PSAT, ACT, and SAT examinations. Osunnuga also received perfect scores on all her Advanced Placement tests.

Osunga’s father is a native of Nigeria and an emergency room physician. Her mother, Grace Osunnuga, is a nurse practitioner and teaches at St. Mary’s College in South Bend.

Love Osunnuga wants to follow in her parents footsteps into a career in medicine and become a dermatologist.

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3 COMMENTS

  1. Once again, this shows that when all things are equal, we excel and in many instances, exceed the high standards that are set to defeat us. We have many diamonds in the rough in low income neighborhoods also. Hopefully, we will find a way to encourage them to also reach for the stars. There is nothing wrong or lacking with our brains. We just have to be encouraged to use them more.

  2. I am very proud of this young lady’s accomplishments. This type of intelligence
    is within many African-American students, but many people don’t seem to know that. Afterall, we were the first healers, teachers, scientists, mathematicians, philosophers, etc. With your families, watch the 3-set dvd entitled. “Hidden Colors”. After watching these, no one will ever make you feel inferior!!

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