What a choice!
ELMONT, NEW YORK- A teenager who's been accepted at the 13 colleges he applied to, including all the Ivy League schools, now has to make a choice of where he'll go.
Harold Ekeh of Elmont High School is the second student from Long Island to get into all eight Ivy League schools and he wants to be a neurosurgeon. Last year, Kwasi Enin chose Yale among the eight elite schools.
Ekeh has until May 1 to make his decision. He has said he's leaning toward Yale.
Both are immigrants from Africa, Ekeh from Nigeria and Enin from Ghana.
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