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Has a cat, Socks, and a dog, Buddy.
Is an accomplished ballerina.
While in elementary school, Chelsea skipped the third grade.
Graduated from Sidwell Friends School in Washington D.C. in 1997.
1997 National Merit Scholar Semi-Finalist.
Student at Stanford University (1997 - 2001).
Daughter of Bill Clinton and Hillary Rodham Clinton.
Named one of People magazine's "25 Most Intriguing People of 1996"
She was named after one of her mom's favorite songs, "Chelsea Morning" by Joni Mitchell.
Was born at 11:45 PM, CST
Is a vegetarian.
Was named "Gutsiest Girl in America" by the teenage readers of Jane magazine in 1999.
Her Secret Service code name is "Energy".
Was named to Mr. Blackwell's "37th Annual Best Dressed List".
Chelsea's appearance on the cover of People magazine in February 1999 generated more reader mail than any other cover story in People history.
Named one of the "Geeks to watch out for 2000" by geekfactory.com as part of their annual "Geek 100, honoring those Geeks who made a difference this year."
Is portrayed as the lead character in the low-budget movie, "Chelsea's Chappaqua."
Was named one of the "Ten Best-Mannered People of 1998" by the National League of Junior Cotillions.
Weighed 6 pounds, 1 ounce at birth.
Speaks fluent German.
Her parents gave her a Volkswagen Beetle as a high school graduation present.
Had her tonsils removed when she was a child.
(17 June 2001) Graduated from Stanford University, with a bachelor's degree in history, with highest honors. She wrote her 150-page senior thesis on the 1998 Northern Ireland peace process. It includes interviews with her father, to whom the paper formally refers in the third person.
When Chelsea turned 16, some radio stations in the Washington, D. C. area phoned the White House and offered to give Chelsea a new car. The Clintons declined.
Spent the summer of 1999 interning at the N-Bar Ranch in central Montana, where she helped move cattle, sorted pairs, weighed bulls, assisted with embryo transfers and collected biocontrol insects.
(24 June 2001) Named one of Manhattan File's Big Apple's 100 most eligible New York bachelorettes.
Tatler magazine named her as one of England's ten most eligible women.
Turned down Harvard, Yale, Brown, and Princeton to attend Stanford University from 1997 - 2001.
Dog Buddy was killed on January 2, 2002 by a car after he ran into heavy traffic near the Clinton home in New York. Cat Socks was sent to live with her father's former secretary, Betty Currie, in Virginia after her father left office on January 20, 2001.
Majored in chemistry at Stanford before switching to history after 2 years.
Attended Little Rock's Forest Park Elementary School.
(July 2002) Interning for one month with the World Health Organization (WHO) in Geneva, Switzerland. Chelsea is working on a new WHO initiative on healthy environments for children.
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