Aarin Shah is a student from Irving, TX, that can recite, from memory, the first 250 digits of Pi. In the video attached, Aarin proves his skill while blindfolded, which is an excellent achievement for an 11-year-old.
Aarin attends an online private school named Ignite Learning Academy and is an extraordinary young man. In addition to reciting the first 250 digits of Pi, Aarin can recognize alphabets in over 10 languages, including Japanese (hiragana, katakana), Hindi, Greek, Russian, Amharic, Georgian, Korean, Telugu, and Gujarati. He takes piano lessons at Coppell Conservatory and has perfect pitch, and is able to identify musical notes based on hearing only.
Aarin has a great future ahead of him.