I would list information as others have stated - year graduated, school, GPA. I would put this information in an accomplishment section or in your cover letter as a tipoff to your character since this is specifically for entry into college.
What you have accomplished in 8th and 9th grade and throughout your schooling "career" is all you have to go on and is what colleges would be looking at. For real world employment - this is probably not necessary to include, except maybe in a cover letter (for a short period of time it would be relevant yet) to again show your character. You will not be able to use this for very long, though and have it maintain relevant. As you get older, you will have more substantial accomplishments to brag about!! ;)
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Actually, I wouldn't put that on the resume. Put your high school, the year you graduated, your GPA, and any honors that you received in the 'Education' section of your resume.
If you really feel that you need to include that information on your resume, list in in a bullet point within your 'Education" section.probably somewhere close to your GPA.
Seriously, nobody cares that you're one year younger than everyone else in your grade. Welcome to real life.
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