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One could say that Adam Solomon is an overachiever.
The 11-year-old Valencia resident is a Boy Scout, plays clarinet, has a blue belt in karate and likes to learn new languages for fun.
“I want to be a scientist or doctor someday. I think I’ll do it. Nothing gets in my way,” Adam said.
Such confidence and ability is impressive in any child. In Adam’s case, it’s truly remarkable.
Up until the third grade, Adam was in special-needs classes, unable to learn or make friends, the result of two bouts with Kawasaki syndrome.