Transcript for This Georgia teen was accepted to over 50 colleges
Now to an incredible young woman who has a very big decision to make. She's been accepted to more than 50 colleges. She's everyone more than a million dollars in scrippss and now she gets to decide where she wants to go and ABC's will reeve is here with her incredible story. Yeah, good morning, Amy. It's hard to think about applying to 50 colleges if you've been through the college application process and it's even harder to think about getting into them, but that's exactly what one Georgia student did. Dear jakelia, congratulations on your acceptance to Florida southern, the college of Wooster. Reporter: College acceptance letters are exciting for all high school seniors, imagine opening up not 1, not 2 but 55. Every day I was starting to get acceptances. Whoa, did I really apply to that many schools? Reporter: 17-year-old jakelia baker couldn't decide where she wanted to go to school so the valedictorian and volleyball player from Georgia applied to a lot. Yeah. We want you. We reviewed your application, congratulations. I'm like, whoa. I applied there? Reporter: They want her, badly. Not only did 55 schools including Oklahoma, Louisville and Penn state accept jakelia, she received over $1 million in scholarship offers. I'm proud to see her overcome adversities. Some days I wanted to go to sleep and she would come in my room and, how many, how many colleges you applied to and I said, I'll get to it. Reporter: And now after weighing her options, a decision looms. I narrowed it down to three schools. Reporter: As for her pick -- I'm not going to say. Reporter: Jakelia tells us she plans to reveal her choice later today. We tried to get it out of her. She just wouldn't budge. So we wish her the best of luck wherever she goes. I saw Michigan state Spartans acceptance letter there. I love Sparty, go, green, go, white. Maybe she'll pick that. You'll tell us. I will, sure. Let us know, jakelia and we'll let you know.
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