While the other students goofed off in the State Farm parking lot, Savage kept a straight face.
"It's just really cool we get to do stuff like this," Savage said. "This school has helped me grow into a young man."
Savage is now in his sophomore year, but is a semester ahead in credits. He's planning on applying to Harvard his senior year, but hopes his music becomes a career. He wants to be a major-label rapper by the time he hits 21.
"I don't want to just be another one of my mom's sons that graduate," Savage says. "I want to be that one that takes my family to the top."