- Quadruplet brothers have all gained acceptance into Ivy League universities in the US
- They thanked their family and high schools for their support
- They haven't made a decision on which universities to choose
A set of quadruplet brothers in Ohio, US have made a remarkable achievement. They have all gained acceptance into Ivy League universities, including Yale and Harvard.
Recently, four brothers identified as Nick, Nigel, Zachary and Aaron Wade, received notifications from some of top universities in the US informing them of their eligibility to study in their institutions if they so desire.
They studied at Lakota East High School, where their principal, Suzanna Davis, praised their academic focus and well-rounded abilities.
The brothers haven't decided which universities to choose, although Aaron says he prefers Stanford University, while his three brothers are more inclined towards Yale. Sponsorships will also help them make their choices.
Speaking about their achievement, the brothers thanked their parents as well as their high school for their support, noting that it wasn't easy.
Nick said: "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."
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