How far did the Kardashian-Jenner family get into their education
The Kardashian family is one of the most successful media influencers in the world. With a massive social media following, nine spin-off shows, and multiple beauty products and fashion lines, the Kardashians have built an empire through their reality television series, Keeping up with the Kardashians. What started as a reality series in 2007 quickly became one of the most-watched television shows in E! Network history.
The Kardashians have undoubtedly proven to be ruthlessly efficient in the entertainment business. So how does this translate to their educational background? Today, we bring you an insight into the academic qualification of the Kardashians.
The face of the Kardashian family, Kim exploded to fame in 2007, thanks to her leaked tape with singer Ray-J. The video itself was filmed in 2003 and propelled her to fame and her family to stardom. Kim is worth an estimated $350 Million.
She attended Marymount High School in Los Angeles, an all-girls Roman Catholic school, alongside sisters Kourtney and Khloe. After graduation, Kim enrolled at Pierce College in Woodland Hills, California. However, Kim did not complete her college. Kim claims that she might rejoin college someday.
Khloe also attended Marymount High School. However, her high school days were turbulent. When her older sisters Kim and Kourtney graduated, Khloe said she became unhappy and felt lonely.
Out of frustration, Khloe made the bold decision to drop out of school and forged her parents’ name to enrol in Alexandria Academy. Despite the initial chaos, Chloe managed to graduate with honours before long.
The oldest Kardashian sister graduated from Marymount High School, then promptly enrolled in Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas. She studied in Texas for two years but eventually transferred to the University of Arizona.
The university, which has a reputation for being a top party university, did little to deter Kourtney’s ambition. She graduated from the university in 2002 with a degree in Theater Arts and a minor in Spanish.
The ‘momager’ and matriarch of the Kardashian Family, Kris graduated from Clairemont High School in San Diego, California, in 1973. Despite having an obvious talent in business and management, Kris did not pursue further education.
She married Robert Kardashian Sr. at 22 and focused on raising her children. Kris now manages the family business and is estimated to have a net worth of $60 Million.
Kylie Jenner is the youngest child of the Kardashian-Jenner family and arguably the most successful. She attended Sierra Canyon School beside her sister Kendall Jenner. She was a member of the cheerleading team and performed well.
However, during her high school years, Keeping Up With The Kardashians was already extremely popular. To integrate into the family business, Kylie left high school and started homeschooling via an institution named Laurel Springs High School.
She graduated in 2015 and celebrated alongside Kendall at a lavish party. Kylie has a net worth of $930 Million and is set to be a billionaire soon with her beauty product line, Kylie Cosmetics.
Kendall studied at Sierra Canyon School alongside her younger sister Kylie. She was a year ahead of Kylie and graduated in 2014. However, news of her graduation remained a secret until 2015. She, too, was a cheerleader in school but quit soon to be home-schooled alongside her sister.
Kendall has no plans to attend college, as she said in an interview with Vogue that she would not go to college because most people Kendall knows went to college to get a job, and she already had a job. Whatever Kendall decides, she already has a successful modelling career and multiple projects to keep her occupied.
Rob Kardashian is the youngest child of Rob Kardashian Sr. and the younger brother of Kim, Khloe, and Kourtney. Moreover, Rob attended Buckley High School in Sherman Oaks, California. After graduating high school, Rob attended the University of Southern California-affiliated Marshall School of Business.
He graduated from business school in 2009. Rob later tweeted about having joined USC’s Gould School of Law. However, the University of California responded to this and confirmed that Rob had not even applied for law school. Rob deleted his original tweet and has not spoken about it since.
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