Stewart’s formal education ended in junior high school when she dropped out to pursue acting full time.
She started appearing in films when she was nine-years-old and scored a breakthrough in the 2002 film “The Panic Room,” with Jodie Foster when she was 12.
Her official biography says she took correspondence courses to finish high school, but she wasn’t happy with the program.
“They didn’t want to do the extra work or put packages together so I could keep up while away. My teachers failed me. not one, but all of them,” she told British GQ.
Now London tabloid The Daily Mirror claims she’s enrolling in college, but it failed to even get the name of the school right. It called her school, “University College of Los Angeles.” There is no college by that name in Los Angeles.
Given UCLA’s rigorous academic program it’s problematic whether the 23-year-old actress has the time to complete the coursework. Before she starred in the “Twilight” series she was appearing in three or four films a year.
She’s been filming her latest picture, “Camp X-Ray” and then she heads overseas to star filming her next picture, “Sils Maria,” which is scheduled to start shooting in August or early September.
The movie also stars Chloë Grace Moretz, Juliette Binoche, Daniel Brühl and Tom Sturridge, who is Robert Pattinson’s good pal. (Awkward?)
The film explores an actress’s mid-life crisis and draws its name from the Swiss town where it’s set. Binoche plays the actress who becomes obsessed with a young actress (Moretz) who plays the same role that made her famous, according to deadline. Stewart plays the actress’s assistant.
Also on her agenda for 2014 is a sequel to “Snow White and the Huntsman.”
Where she’ll find the time to attend classes at UCLA is anyone’s guess. But our guess is the story is a little far fetched.