A teenager could swap Northumberland Park for New England after being offered an Ivy League scholarship in the United States.
Carnun Marcus-Page, 18, of Mount Pleasant Road, Tottenham, has been offered a free scholarship to study physics at Dartmouth College in New Hampshire.
He said: “It’s the beginning of a great adventure. My ambition is to become a physicist. When I graduate from Dartmouth I’ll return to the UK for my post graduate studies and who knows, maybe do some teaching too… [Read More Here]
Reporter: John Toner | Haringey Independent
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