A Virginia teenager accomplishes a rare feat, a grand slam in U.S. military academy acceptances.

FOX's Carmen Roberts reports:

It's tough enough to get accepted to one U.S. military academy, but four, it's a rare quad-fecta:

(Park) "Honestly, I would say it's almost a miracle."

The U.S. Military Academy at West Point, the Naval Academy, the Air Force Academy and the Coast Guard Academy, all granting admission to Timothy Park from Fairfax County, Virginia:

(Park) "I'm feeling, just absolutely amazed right now. It's like so exciting."

It's on par with getting into four Ivy League schools with one more requirement, a Congressional recommendation, except for the Coast Guard.

The 18-year-old says he feels a call of duty, extending back to his grandfather:

(Park) "He had a debt of honor that he wanted to repay."

Right now, West Point's his top pick, but:

(Park) "I'm still keeping my options open."

But wherever Park decides to attend his four-year tuition is free.

Carmen Roberts, FOX News.