Michelle Obama attended St. Anthony’s School in the Bronx, the oldest public school in New York City, from 1961 to 1969.
She graduated from the school in 1969 and went on to earn her doctorate in education from Columbia University in 1972.
The school closed in 1974.
She attended Stony Brook University, the only public school that is considered a private institution.
She earned her bachelor’s degree in psychology from the college in 1975 and her master’s degree two years later.
She then attended Harvard Law School, where she was a senior partner and an associate professor of law.
She was elected to the Harvard Law faculty in 1982.
Michelle Obama in 1972 (AFP/Getty Images)In 2007, Obama attended her alma mater, The Evergreen State College, which is considered one of the top private schools in the United States.
The college is also home to the Obama Presidential Library and Museum.
The Evergreen College is in the town of Evergreen, about 45 miles north of Seattle.
In 2009, Obama was awarded a $1.3 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education to help her open up her education.
Obama is now in her fifth year at Evergreen.
When she was first elected to her first term as President, she said her campaign slogan was “I’m going to give you my best shot.”
The president-elect also said he wanted to work to give students “a chance at success” and that he wants to create a “more inclusive, inclusive nation.”
Obama said she hopes to work with students who have been targeted by racism and discrimination in the past.
She added that the president-elec also wants to work toward the goal of “making public higher education an inclusive, equitable, and welcoming place for all students.”
Obama also said that he believes the president’s “heart is with students of color, and they deserve the best education.”
While she is not the first African-American president, Obama is the first president-to-be who is not a former president.
While Michelle Obama is not black, she is the oldest woman to serve as the first black president of the United State.