When it comes time to settle on a university , most folks don’t even consider Ivy League universities like Yale or Harvard. Sure, that might be incredible, but the bulk of scholars won’t get to attend the distinguished schools.
That’s why it’s particularly incredible that one family has not just one… not just two… but four students who were accepted into these exclusive spots. Meet: The Wade quadruplets. Aaron, Zachary, Nigel and Nick go by the nickname “Fantastic Four”—and for good reason; all four brothers have been accepted into Harvard and Yale, as well as 27 other schools, including Princeton and Stanford.
In Ohio and credit their parents with helping them get accepted into so many top schools.
“It’s really something we couldn’t have done on our own without all the support we have had through our lives,” Nick told CBS News. “It has been awesome.”
Suzanna Davis, the principal at Lakota East says the brothers “epitomize” what they want from high school students.
“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,” she told Hamilton-Middleton Journal-News. “Their individual personalities are what truly set them apart as high school students and as great young men.”
According to CBS News, the brothers haven’t decided where they’ll be attending just yet. aid offers will likely play a task , but as of now, Aaron likes Stanford while Zachary, Nigel and Nick like Yale.
Congratulations to the “fantastic” Wade
Source: The Delight