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GR8 Job: Student leads senior class in classroom and at graduation

Bobby Hardrick received over $4 million worth of scholarship offers this year. (Source: WREG-TV) Bobby Hardrick received over $4 million worth of scholarship offers this year. (Source: WREG-TV)

Bobby Hardrick had his choice of colleges as the Forrest City High School senior received over $4 million in scholarship offers this year.

Hardrick, who applied to over 60 schools, was the valedictorian in this year's senior class at the school. 

According to a report from Memphis television station WREG, he said he plans to attend Stanford University in Palo Alto, Calif. and will study law. The opportunity to get the scholarship was important for Hardrick. 

"Ranging from getting the ACT score up, to maintaining the perfect GPA and then applying to over 60 institutions," Hardrick told WREG. 

The senior class was also busy this year, getting more than $20 million in scholarship offers.  

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