High School Senior Is 4-4 in College Admissions

Timothy Park applied to four of the toughest schools in the country and got accepted into each one, with his first choice being West Point.
1:18 | 01/30/17

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Finally tonight, the high school senior hitting a military academy grand slam. Here's John donvan. Reporter: He plays cello. He gets up at dawn to run cross-country. He signs up for honors courses, ten of them. And Timothy park applies to four of the toughest schools to get into. Not just the U.S. Military academy, but the naval, the air force academy, and the coast guard academy. He got four answers -- yes, yes, yes, and yes. I'm feeling absolutely amazing. Reporter: Well, he should. Given his family's own story. His dad is a lieutenant colonel in the army reserves. And his grandfather, born in Korea, lived through the Korean war, and forged a special relationship with vets that served in that war. And always treating the vets for free. He had a debt of honor that he wanted to repay. Reporter: Which school will he choose? My number one is west point. But I'm still keeping my options open. Reporter: Nice choices to have. But here's a guy who earned them all. John donvan, ABC news. So tonight, we salute Timothy park and his family for being "America strong."

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