New York high school senior Harold Ekeh was recently accepted to all eight Ivy League schools.
That would be Harvard, Yale, Princeton, Columbia, Brown, Penn, Dartmouth and Cornell. Those Ivy League schools typically accept no more than 14 percent of applicants.
Ekeh told the New York Post, "My parents' hard work, and my hard work finally paid off."
Ekeh's family moved from Nigeria when he was 8 years old to give their kids opportunities they would otherwise not have access to.
So which school is he leaning toward? So far he says Yale.
Ekeh told FOX News his ultimate goal is to become a neurosurgeon and work on curing Alzheimer's, a disease that befell his grandmother.