Bryson Tiller is celebrating a scholastic milestone. The 27-year-old singer recently earned his high school diploma, making him a member of the Class of 2020.
Tiller received his GED from Louisville’s Iroquois High School. Like many other graduates affected by the global pandemic, Tiller celebrated graduation from home. He also posted a video of himself sporting a cap and gown while graduation music plays in the background.
“I never thought about going back to school until I started thinking about my goals and how to reach them,” Tiller tweeted on Thursday (June 25). “Getting my High School diploma was step 1. College is 100% next.”
The Grammy-nominated crooner added a shout out to Iroquois High School, and the Jefferson County Public School district.
Tiller dropped out of Iroqouis in 2013. Two years later, he released his critically-acclaimed, platinum-selling debut studio album, Trapsoul.
Watch a clip from his home commencement ceremony in the video below.
— tiller (@brysontiller) June 25, 2020