Zahara Jolie, the daughter of actress Angelina Jolie, will enroll in Atlanta’s Spelman College as a freshman in the fall of 2017.
The 47-year-old actress shared a photo on Sunday of Zahara and her Spelman sisters.
The adolescent smiled broadly as he posed in pants and a white t-shirt for the photograph.
Happy new school year to all new students, Jolie wrote in the description of the social media post. It is both a privilege and a very special place to have a family member join Spelman.
According to the private schools website, Spelman, a historically black college founded in 1881, is a pioneer in the world of educating women of African origin.
Jolie, who is also the mother of twins Knox and Vivienne, 14, Maddox, 20, Pax, 18, Shiloh, 16, and Pax and Shiloh, 20, has similarly tracked her oldest son’s journey when he started attending Yonsei University in South Korea in August 2019.
He has been learning Korean, which was Maddox’s decision at the time and led to him winning an Oscar for explained to People. He must prepare for lessons several times each week.
Four months earlier, Jolie told the magazine expressed nothing but pride for Maddox and said, “I look forward to all he will do.”
The Maleficent actress was seen telling other pupils that she was trying not to cry as she dropped off her and ex-husband Brad Pitt’s baby at Yonsei.
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Pitt, 58, was not there at the drop-off, and Maddox later admitted to not knowing whether his father had any visitation plans.
In September 2019, he commented, “Well, whatever happens, happens,” as their relationship was becoming tense.
In September 2016, Jolie and her Mr. and Mrs. Smith co-star called it quits.
Nearly three years after they were made legally single, the former couple’s legal struggle is still going on.
In May 2021, Pitt was given shared custody of their minor children.
The exes are still fighting for custody because Judge John Ouderkirk was later removed from the case for failing to disclose his business connections with Pitts lawyers.