This Is How Far Madison Beer Got In School

Singer, model, and social media influencer Madison Beer has been in the public eye since the young age of 13, which is when Justin Bieber tweeted her YouTube cover of Etta James' "At Last," forever changing her life. Beer, who originally hails from Long Island, New York, soon signed with Island Records and moved out west to Los Angeles.

During her formative years, Beer, who celebrated her 21st birthday in March 2020, released several songs, as well as tracks with Cody Simpson and Jack & Jack. In early 2018, she dropped her first EP, As She Pleases, and even modeled for Dolce & Gabbana when she was 17, according to Schön! Magazine. Now Beer is set to release her highly-anticipated debut album, and, as of this writing, she has more than 20 million people following her Instagram account.

With a stable career in the industry, it's clear that Beer has been forging her path for quite some time. But what does that mean in regards to her education? We reveal the star's educational history after the jump.

Madison Beer says she values education

Although Madison Beer might not have had a so-called  "typical" education, she did graduate from high school, according to Distractify. In her case, the "Selfish" singer was home-schooled but received a degree from Jericho High School, her hometown school. She later revealed the importance of education in an interview with Schön! Magazine, while acknowledging the fact that her particular situation was different than others. "I always knew I wanted to have a proper education regardless of my career or housing situation," she told the outlet. "Home schooling was really the only proper choice for me when I got signed."

As for pursuing a higher education, Beer acknowledged to The Sun that it was difficult to watch "all my friends graduate without me and go to college." Still, she revealed that she is "more eager to have kids than I am to go back to college," noting that she yearns for motherhood "really badly" — "but not just yet." However, a second (or even a third) degree isn't off the table. In a 2017 interview with Newsday, Beer revealed her ambitions to get a graduate degree one day. "I want to get a master's degree in ... psychology," she told the paper.

Of course, only time will tell if Beer goes forward with her plan.