Jun 19, 2017 08:32 AM EDT
Smart Celebrities: The Juggling Act Of The Pursuit For College Education And Acting [VIDEO]
Juggling work and social life is not an easy task. How much more if outside factors such as work get in the scene? Well, these celebrities probably know the secret. Certainly, sneaking study time in between taping hours required extra effort.
Laura is known for her exceptional performance in "Austin & Ally". She graduated high school almost three years ago. Upon receiving her diploma, she admitted that she felt a mix of pride and gratitude. Laura noted that school definitely offers some of the "happiest moments" in life. Thus, no one should skip it.
University Herald earlier reported that Zendaya graduated from high school in 2015. The "K.C. Undercover" actress even shared that "knowledge is one of the most powerful gifts" on Earth. She then encouraged soon-to-be graduates to never lose hope. A lot of obstacles will come but everyone should just keep pushing through.
For one, she currently went to Malawi to personally experience the state of the education system in this landlocked nation. Rihanna visited schools in the rural countryside of Malawi last January. She worked with the Global Partnership for Education and Global Citizen. Riri's charity, Clara Lionel Foundation, hopes to improve the education system by partnering with local governments.
Per J-14, Emma Watson shot the final two "Harry Potter" movies. She also starred in movies like "The Perks of Being a Wallflower" and the "The Bling Ring". All of these, she did while attending Brown University. However, she reportedly took a year-long break due to the struggle of balancing acting with campus life.
The "Good Luck Charlie" star continued her career in showbiz while attending classes at the University of Southern California. While studying anthropology, she also continued working on her music as well. She received her degree in 2016. Bridget said she thinks that college life makes people wonder what sort of lifestyle they would live in the future.
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