Where did Kim Kardashian go to college?

    Kim Kardashian did not go to college. As of this date her highest level of “formal” education completed was high school. Kim graduated from Marymount High School, a private, Catholic, all-girls, college-preparatory high school that, according to Wikipedia, is located in the Holmby Hills/Bel Air neighborhood of Los Angeles in the vicinity of Sunset Boulevard.

    While Kim did not go to college, it can be argued that her life experiences have provided her a comparable, perhaps even more valuable, level of education. Certainly, with a net worth of $35 million, Kim Kardashian has achieved significantly greater success to date than most college graduates will over the course of a lifetime.

    Kim’s sister Kourtney Kardashian is a University of Arizona graduate.

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    1. NIT880 says:

      But what defines success? I think she’s a horrid person and most college graduates have probably contributed something far greater to society by the time they graduate then she ever will in her entire lifetime. I don’t care how much money you have, if you’re as god-awful as she and her counterparts are, this world would be better off without. Sorry.

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      • roxanne says:

        what gives you the right to call her a horrid person? you don’t know her. your interpretation of someone gives more insight into your personality than the person you are judging.

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    2. CollegeGrad says:

      It’s a total shame. With the a little work and the resources (financial) this kid had, she could have gone to the best universities on the planet. On graduation, and with her looks, she could have made huge impacts on large swaths of the population. I would even venture so say, that following that path, her net worth would have far exceeded $35MM – and that would have been one of her lesser accomplishments.

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    3. Taylor says:

      I’m a college graduate. All my friends are college graduates. Most of my family are college graduates. Let’s be honest here, the average college graduate has no more inclination to contribute anything back to society than anyone else.

      I have no respect for Kim Kardashian or for any other Kardashian, but if I’d known it would get me further ahead to capitalize on my beauty when I was young enough to be able to capitalize on it, I would not have listened to the people who convinced me that going to college and getting a degree would be a “more worthwhile goal” than pursuing my interest in modeling and acting.

      I’m not poor, don’t get me wrong, but I’m not going to pretend I’d prefer the 75K yearly salary that my college degree afforded me to the $5 million dollar a year salary I might be commanding if I’d made use of my above average beauty over my average brain, just to knock someone for not going to college. So many of my friends do this and it’s so ridiculous and so obvious they do it so they can convince themselves that they’re better than people like Kim Kardashian because they at least went to college.

      Here’s the thing, what allows people to do the most good in society is having the time and having the money. Kim Kardashian has that. Most of us college grads don’t have the time or the money, or the interest for that matter, in the good of society. We sure don’t contribute anything before we graduate as has been suggested. The ones of us that do are the ones who had that as their goal by the time they were 11 and if you went to college you probably knew at most 5 such people who were driven to make a change in the world and weren’t in college just to get through it for the purpose of getting the degree. The rest of us couldn’t have cared less then and we certainly can’t afford to care now. We might give 25 bucks when there’s a major earthquake like in Haiti, but we aren’t going to get up and fly down there at any point. We couldn’t because we don’t have the time or the money, and we wouldn’t because we don’t have the interest.

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    4. Mai says:

      Kim stated in divorce court docs that were released from her first marriage that she was forced to leave school by her husband. She has also once stated that she had a minor in sociology. She probably didnt spend much time in college but I think she actually went.

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