The twelve-year-old boy who made aerospace history has now opened up about his plans for the future...
Caleb Anderson became the youngest student to land a place at the prestigious Georgia Institute of Technology.Quite the achievement for a pre-teen, isn't it?
Now, as you may have guessed...
via: FacebookCaleb isn't your average twelve-year-old.
The youngster, who comes from Marietta, Georgia, has always been gifted.
And, if all of that wasn't impressive enough...
via: FacebookIn addition to his native language of English, Caleb is fluent in Spanish, French, and Mandarin.
The gifted boy advanced through school at a much quicker pace than most other children...
However, the other kids weren't too kind to Caleb about his success.CBS This Morning.
But he has remained incredibly humble about his gift.
His latest achievement, however, is something that should certainly be bragged about.
@AttorneyCrump Congratulations. This is absolutely amazing and a spectacular achievement by young Sir Caleb Anderso… https://t.co/e0NIdu0CP7— Ronnie Price (@Ronnie Price)1602081671.0
@SaycheeseDGTL @jaymaclin2x Go Caleb!!— Nurse Phillips (@Nurse Phillips)1602639479.0
@CBSThisMorning I love his spirit.— yvonne jacobs (@yvonne jacobs)1602521528.0
@CBSThisMorning @ProfTimNoakes You made this old lady cry young man! Kudos to you and your parents for being ground… https://t.co/D9SyMZmjwt— Lisa Ahlers (@Lisa Ahlers)1602572258.0
@AttorneyCrump Oh my goodness! I wish there was a fan page to follow all of his accomplishments. Go Caleb!— mommymayhem🇺🇸❤️🤍💙 (@mommymayhem🇺🇸❤️🤍💙)1602036372.0
@AttorneyCrump Caleb!!! Show us how it’s done!!! Excellent trajectory, way to inspire us all!! So proud of your hard working brainpower!!!— Cynthia Natalie Carrasco (@Cynthia Natalie Carrasco)1602036315.0
@AttorneyCrump Yes!!! I want to see more of these stories. Our young, gifted, and Black stories are not told enough.— Tara Canady Doss (@Tara Canady Doss)1602046914.0
@AttorneyCrump love it! just goes to show how intelligent people can be. I wish I could grasp info that quickly. bless you.— tinman (@tinman)1602524594.0
Because, as stated earlier...
via: FacebookCaleb has become the youngest student to ever land a place on the aerospace engineering course at the Georgia Institute of Technology.