My IMACS classes got me interested in my high school curriculum, and I used IMACS in applying to the Wharton Business School’s Jerome Fisher program. I want to thank you for an amazing curriculum in electronics, logic and Computer Science.
Kenny Chan from IMACS to dual degrees from Wharton and the University of Pennsylvania’s School of Engineering
Kenny Chan began IMACS classes as a sixth grader, taking electronics and University-Level Computer Science and Propositional Logic classes. He joined the IMACS team as an assistant to the electronics and computer instructors, and was a valuable contributor throughout high school. By the end of high school, Kenny had scored a perfect 5 in fourteen Advanced Placement courses, after winning the Continental Calculus competition for two straight years and captaining a Junior Engineering Technological Society team to sixth place at the national level. He also invented a portable battery backup (patent pending).
Kenny graduated valedictorian of Nova High School, Florida.
Kenny was accepted into the Jerome Fisher Program at the Wharton Business School, and will graduate with dual degrees from Wharton and the University of Pennsylvania’s School of Engineering.
Kenny had the IMACS advantage!
He chose Wharton.
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