March 8, 2014
Thirteen-year-old Greg Smith has graduated Phi Beta Kappa at Randolph Macon College and has been voted by his classmates as the most likely to succeed.
Greg started reading before the age of two and doing basic algebra at four. His mom says they did nothing special to raise such an extraordinary child.
"We didn't do flash cards, we didn't do anything like that. It was like the knowledge was already there embodied in him," says Jane Smith, Greg's Mother.
The classroom isn't his only accomplishment. Greg's been nominated for the Nobel Peace prize - twice - for a youth organization he formed that distributes educational supplies, clothing and toys around the world.
He'll now start working on four PhD's.