“My parents felt it wouldn’t be good to send me to a campus at such a young age,” she told KING-TV. “I appreciate their decision, mainly because online studying has given me quite a bit of flexibility in my schedule.”
So positive was Kayla’s undergraduate online experience, she hopes to attend law school online and to that end will spend her summer filling out applications.
Kayla has worked academically ahead of the curve her whole life. She read at 1, started first grade at 3, wrote in cursive at 4 and graduated from high school at 10.