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Thurston County’s Liv Coverdale becomes PLU’s youngest female graduate

Liv Coverdale, PLU graduate.
Credit: Facebook post

PLU’s youngest female graduate earns 2 degrees at age 16

Thurston County’s Liv Coverdale was in MENSA at age 3 and began taking community college math classes at age 11.

From KING-5 TV, Seattle:

“Liv Coverdale, 16, will be the youngest female student to receive two degrees from Pacific Lutheran University.

“‘It all went by really fast,’ said Coverdale, who earned a bachelor’s degree in computer science and a minor in business.

“At three she was in MENSA, the “High I.Q. Society.” At five she enrolled in second grade. Coverdale started taking math classes at South Puget Sound Community College at age 11.”

“Coverdale does plan on going to graduate school to get a master’s in computer science, but like a lot of teens, she likes the idea of taking a gap year to enjoy a break away from school.”

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Congratulations to Ms. Coverdale!

Posted by Steve on May 31, 2022 at 12:01 am | Permalink

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