In Hamilton, Ohio, quadruplet brothers have been accepted in some of the top schools in United States. All of them have been accepted into Harvard and Yale.
THESE QUADRUPLET brothers from Ohio, dubbed the ‘Fantastic Four’, have all been accepted into Ivy League colleges. . The Wades – Aaron, Zachary, Nigel and Nick – are drawing national media attention for their extraordinary feat. . But they all say it is their parents who should receive the praise – Kim Wade – principal of Lakota Plains Junior School – and Darrin Wade. . “We’re grateful to our parents and the Lakota school district because it’s really something we couldn’t have done on our own without all the support we have had through our lives. It has been awesome,” said Nick, who along with Nigel and Zachary are leaning toward attending Yale. . Aaron, however, currently has Stanford University as his leading choice. . “It’s really our parents our friends and our community who have come together and taught us how to be disciplined. We feel like… . Read the full story on our site (link in bio). . #YoungEmpire 👑
The Wade brothers: Nigel, Nick, Aaron and Zachary are seniors at Lakota East High School in Liberty Township, Ohio. Over the last few days, the boys have been receiving their acceptance letters from the prestigious universities. They have been receiving much praise for their accomplishments. “They are the epitome of academic focus but well-rounded in every way we would want a child to be well-rounded, but each one of them is so very distinct from one another. Their individual personalities are what truly set them apart as high school students and as great young men,” Suzanna Davis, the principal at Lakota East High School said to Hamilton-Middletown Journal-News.
The brothers have yet to select their colleges. However, Aaron is leaning toward Stanford University while his three brothers learn toward Yale.
The boys are grateful to their parents, teachers and community for all their help. ” We’re grateful to our parents and the Lakota school district because it’s really something we couldn’t have done on our own without all the support we have had through our lives. It has been awesome,” the Wade brothers said.
Earlier this week, Ifeoma White-Thorpe got accepted into all eight ivy league schools.