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This May 13, 2014 photo provided by Kerstye Kau shows Waianae High School student Kahunui Foster posing for a photo in Honolulu, Hawaii. Foster, 18, will be the first from Waianae High to attend Harvard since 1980, according to the college’s registrar’s office.Foster is happy to inspire students to pursue college. Now that she’s acquired the nickname of “Harvard” around Waianae, underclassmen have been asking for advice on the college application process. (AP Photo/Courtesy of Kerstye Kau)

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FOR RELEASE MONDAY, MAY 26, 2014, AT 12:01 A.M. CDT. -This photo taken May 8, 2014, shows Albert White, a junior at theYoung Men's College Preparatory Academy, in Houston. The Young Men's College Preparatory Academy, which had 130 sixth-graders this year, may already be turning the corner as nearly all of its 100 eighth-graders have committed to returning for their freshman year. (AP Photo/Houston Chronicle, Craig H. Hartley)

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FOR RELEASE MONDAY, MAY 26, 2014, AT 12:01 A.M. CDT. -This photo taken May 8, 2014, shows students in the halls after class at the Young Men's College Preparatory Academy in Houston."We're not going to punish them for running in the hallways. That's what boys want to do," Principal Dameion Crook said. "Boys like to blurt out answers. They're really competitive. We have to figure out how to harness that." (AP Photo/Houston Chronicle, Craig H. Hartley)

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FOR RELEASE MONDAY, MAY 26, 2014, AT 12:01 A.M. CDT. - This photo taken May 2, 2014, shows seventh-grader Kamryn Hampton working in her classroom at Young Women's College Preparatory Academy, in Houston. The all girls school opened in 2011 with 6th and 9th grades and will graduate its first class in 2015. "I'm able to collaborate with people who know how I feel," she said of the school. (AP Photo/Houston Chronicle,Cody Duty)

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FOR RELEASE MONDAY, MAY 26, 2014, AT 12:01 A.M. CDT. -This photo taken May 2, 2014, shows sixth-grader Ashley Olague working in her classroom at Young Women's College Preparatory Academy in Houston. The all girls school opened in 2011 with 6th and 9th grades and will graduate its first class in 2015. (AP Photo/Houston Chronicle,Cody Duty)

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FOR RELEASE MONDAY, MAY 26, 2014, AT 12:01 A.M. CDT. -This photo taken May 6, 2014, shows sixth-grader Camaya Ezeike working in her classroom at Young Women's College Preparatory Academy in Houston. The all girls school opened in 2011 with 6th and 9th grades and will graduate its first class in 2015. "I feel more comfortable than when I went to a coed school," Ezeike said. "There's not a lot of stress." (AP Photo/Houston Chronicle, Cody Duty)

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FOR RELEASE MONDAY, MAY 26, 2014, AT 12:01 A.M. CDT.- This photo taken May 8, 2014, shows seventh graders Daniel Aguilar, 13; Devin Sampson, 13; Henry Sanchez, 13, play a game on an iPad and relax after finishing the Stanford Achievement Test. The boys are students at Young Men's College Preparatory Academy, in Houston. The school is a college preparatory academy for young men. (AP Photo/Houston Chronicle, Craig H. Hartley)

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North Pole Elementary School principal Mark Winford replaces an inflatable unicorn horn on his head after holding true to his promise of dressing like a unicorn and jumping into a pool of Jell-O to reward his students for reaching their reading points goal of 24,000 Thursday afternoon, May 22, 2014 in the school gymnasium in North Pole, Alaska. The reading points are based on comprehension quiz scores the kids took after reading books. The students read over 35,000 books, compiling 24,793 points. (AP Photo/Fairbanks Daily News-Miner, Eric Engman)

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North Pole Elementary School principal Mark Winford holds true to his promise of dressing like a unicorn and jumping into a kiddie pool holding 140 gallons of gelatin to reward his students for reaching their reading points goal of 24,000 Thursday, afternoon, May 22, 2014 in the school gymnasium in North Pole, Alaska. The reading points are based on comprehension quiz scores the kids took after reading books. The students read over 35,000 books, compiling 24,793 points. (AP Photo/Fairbanks Daily News-Miner, Eric Engman)

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North Pole Elementary School principal Mark Winford addresses the students as he holds true to his promise of dressing like a unicorn and jumping into a kiddie pool holding 140 gallons of gelatin to reward his students for reaching their reading points goal of 24,000 Thursday, afternoon, May 22, 2014 in the school gymnasium in North Pole, Alaska. The reading points are based on comprehension quiz scores the kids took after reading books. The students read over 35,000 books, compiling 24,793 points. (AP Photo/Fairbanks Daily News-Miner, Eric Engman)

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North Pole Elementary School principal Mark Winford holds true to his promise of dressing like a unicorn and jumping into a kiddie pool holding 140 gallons of gelatin to reward his students for reaching their reading points goal of 24,000 Thursday, afternoon, May 22, 2014 in the school gymnasium in North Pole, Alaska. The reading points are based on comprehension quiz scores the kids took after reading books. The students read over 35,000 books, compiling 24,793 points. (AP Photo/Fairbanks Daily News-Miner, Eric Engman)

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North Pole Elementary School principal Mark Winford holds true to his promise of dressing like a unicorn and jumping into a kiddie pool holding 140 gallons of gelatin to reward his students for reaching their reading points goal of 24,000 Thursday, afternoon, May 22, 2014 in the school gymnasium in North Pole, Alaska. The reading points are based on comprehension quiz scores the kids took after reading books. The students read over 35,000 books, compiling 24,793 points. (AP Photo/Fairbanks Daily News-Miner, Eric Engman)