Wellington’s Quinten Philip Ozimek graduated from Palm Beach Central High School on May 20.
What makes his class rank of #6 and his honors point average of 4.9 even more extraordinary is that when he received his diploma, he had already received his associate’s degree from Palm Beach State College on May 11. He has a perfect college GPA of 4.0 with presidential distinction and received the honored Academic Excellence and Service Student of the Year Award in physics.
With family support from his parents, Laura and Dave, and siblings Connor and Morgan, Ozimek has spent his four years of high school attending the PBSC and taking courses toward his degree.
He began this journey as a freshman on the fast track to an engineering degree.
When his family transferred from Brevard County to Palm Beach County in the middle of his sophomore year, he continued on.
In Wellington, Ozimek has been extremely involved with Christ Fellowship Church. He also works at the Chick-Fil-A in Royal Palm Beach.
Ozimek will be attending the University of Florida’s School of Engineering, where he will enter as a junior-level college student this August.
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