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These Quadruplets Are All Going to Yale Together
They were all accepted to Harvard and Duke, too.
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Nigel, Zachary, Aaron, and Nick Wade—quadruplet seniors at Lakota East High School in Butler County, Ohio—had a fantastic but difficult choice to make. Do they go to Harvard, Yale, or Duke? That's right, all four brothers were accepted to these major schools, and they decided to stick together—they're all going to Yale.

Their mother, Kim Wade, explained to CNN:

"It was a big deal for me that they stay together. We discussed it and the logistics of travel, and the support they all will have for each other...we decided as a family it's the best place for all of them."

Nick noted that he's not worried about the four of them being able to find their own niche in the school:

"At Yale's visiting days, we split up and didn't really see each other. We quickly made our own groups and connections so I don't think the whole quad identity thing will be an issue moving forward."

So anyway, what have you done lately?

From: Esquire

*This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com.
* Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors.

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