The 10-year-old prodigy, who wrapped up his high school career with a 4.0 GPA, received his diploma in a ceremony at the California Auto Museum on Sunday.
"It wasn't like easy but it was not that hard either," Abraham told News 10 of his achievement.
"It was really emotional," his mother, Taji, told NBC Bay Area. "He said he liked being home-schooled but really wanted a cap-and-gown ceremony. He worked so hard for it."
Abraham already has big plans for his future.
"My ultimate goal would be science, like scientist or doctor, but I also want to be president too," he said.