By Keith Russell

KELLER, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – Keller High School’s Kelly Low is set to graduate and attend the University of Texas at Dallas, where she’ll major in computer science.

It’s an amazing accomplishment considering she’s a first generation U.S. citizen. Her parents are from Laos and Malaysia.

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That’s just the iceberg when it comes to her accomplishments.

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Kelly has been a part of the First Tee Program of Fort Worth for the last five years.

Most recently, she became part of the inaugural First Tee College Scholarship Program — one of seven high school seniors who received a scholarship with the presentation made by former President George W. Bush on the Golf Channel.

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Kelly says the confidence she’s gained along the way is night and day. In her words, “The sky is not the limit…. maybe it’s space. I just wanna be the best I can be.”