With the school year just getting underway, one young student is already far ahead of the class.
At just 14, the Washington D.C.-native is navigating campus life, thanks to a program at his high school called Schools Without Walls.
"In my university writing class, my professor asked me if I was a visitor or if I was someone's younger brother," Curtis said. "Most of the people that I sit at tables with. They ask me how old am I and how am I here - so I tell them everything,” Lawrence told WJLA.
Already looking ahead to the future, Lawrence says he wants to continue his studies at Florida A&M to study Computer Science and Paleontology.
George Washington University says Lawrence is the youngest student in their "traditional undergrad on-campus program."