Oforitsenere Bodunrin is going places.

She graduated from Martin High School at the top of her class, and the best part is that she achieved this at 14 years old.

“It feels good to be graduating with the class of 2023,” Bodunrin said, according to the City of Arlington’s website. “It’s interesting to be in this position because sometimes I compare myself to my peers who are older but then I think about it and realize graduating at 14 is a huge accomplishment.”

Bodunrin was president of Key Club, editor for Martin Student News, a historian for the Black Student Union (BSU), a Future Business Leader of America state finalist, president of the Filmmaker’s Society, and a National Art Honors Society historian.

“Oforitsenere is an outstanding student, she did everything she needed to do to ensure she was successful,” expressed Gerri Brown, Bodunrin’s AP human geography and African American studies teacher. “She always participated in class even though she was so young, and I adored that. I am so remarkably proud of Oforitsenere. She has been fun, sweet and studious as a student and leader, and I can’t wait to see what she will do. I know she will save the world.”

The City of Arlington reports Bodunrin will be attending The University of Texas at Arlington. Here, she will pursue a degree in computer science and aviation as she aspires to become a pilot one day.

It was her older sister Fifehanmi Bodunrin’s interest in becoming a pilot that inspired her to choose this career path. In addition, Fifehanmi also graduated at age 14 from Martin High School.

“Oforitsenere getting out of school so early is a huge accomplishment,” said Bawo Bodurin, Oforitsenere’s mother, according to the City of Arlington’s website. “I am incredibly grateful for schools like Martin in Arlington ISD.”