Homeless student gets 4 A*s, earns spot at the University of Cambridge
LONDON – A man who had no place to live after leaving school has now secured a place to study law at the University of Cambridge, after getting 4 A* grades at A-level.
Jacob Lewis, 22, from Wales, became homeless after leaving high school at age 17 and falling out with his family, according to the Huffington Post. He worked for a while before enrolling at Coleg y Cymoedd in South Wales, where he earned the top grades (A* is the top grade you can get at the A-level). From there, he applied to university.