Aug. 23 (UPI) -- When David Beckham was 18 years old, he was a pro soccer player. This week, he moved his 18-year-old son Brooklyn into college.
Brooklyn Beckham is studying photography at New York City's Parsons School of Design. He released a book for his photography titled What I See on Aug. 1.
David Beckham posted a photo with his son on Monday from the city.
"Englishmen in New York @brooklynbeckham @victoriabeckham," Beckham wrote on Instagram.
He posted another photo on Wednesday with his oldest son throwing up the piece sign.
"Exciting times and hard work coming for this little man...Proud of you bust @brooklynbeckham @victoriabeckham," Beckham wrote on that post.
Beckham also attended comedian Dave Chappelle's show Tuesday at Radio City Music Hall.
Brooklyn posted a video on Tuesday from a car. The footage showed him dancing subtly to Drake lyrics from the song Blem.
"I need you to stop running back to your ex he's a wasteman," the portion of the song said in the video.
In 2014, Brooklyn signed with Arsenal at 15 years old. He later left the club after not being offered a scholarship. Romeo and Cruz Beckham were also enrolled in Arsenal's Academy. Romeo also left his spot at the soccer academy, but Cruz reportedly remains enrolled, according to Goal.com.
Cruz, 12, also enjoys singing. He released a Christmas single in December. Romeo, 14, has previously done work modeling.
David, 42, and Victoria Beckham's youngest child is 6-year-old daughter Harper.
A Bachelor's Fine Arts degree at Parsons costs about $23,000 per term. Parsons has had many famous alumni, including Marc Jacobs, Isaac Mizrah, Donna Karan, Tom Ford, Alexander Wang, Rob Zombie and many photographers.
Beckham has a net worth of about $450 million, according to Celebrity Net Worth.