Stranger Things star Caleb McLaughlin has revealed that he is going back to college, having been home schooled throughout most of his previous education.
The actor, who plays Lucas Sinclair in the hit Netflix sci-fi horror show, revealed that he was already being tutored way before he got cast on the show.
The 17-year-old star told People he cant wait to go back into mainstream education at college, saying: Im pretty excited.
I was home-schooled before I got into Stranger Things. I remember when I was in the fifth grade — I was like, “I want out of this. I want to do home-schooling. I want to learn on my own leisure.”
Despite being famous for his award-winning role in the show, even his hectic filming schedule wont get in the way of Calebs plans for his education.
If it all gets too busy, he revealed his plans: Just take some courses, online courses. Going to do the home-schooling thing again. Just stay educated, man.
Caleb also revealed that fame isnt always all its cracked up to be, explaining: Being a celebrity, you know, it has its twists and turns.
Not everything is good. Some things are great. I think most of the things are great, but of course, the pressure and just being out there all the time — Im just glad I have my parents to keep me grounded and be by my side when Im stressed.
Calebs fame is definitely not going to decrease anytime soon, particularly with the long-awaited third season of Stranger Things just days away from dropping on Netflix.
Fans have been waiting almost two years, but the new series will arrive on 4th July and will see the characters battle between reality and the Upside Down.
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Comicbook reports: In the summer of 1985, our heroes are getting older and embracing all of the changes that come with being a teenager, whether that be building romantic relationships or having to take a summer job at the new local mall.
Were already counting down the hours and stocking up on the snacks for the most intense binge watch of 2019 so far.
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