Ohio quadruplets all accepted to Harvard, Yale and Duke

Tabitha Dunn
April 8, 2017

The four brothers were all at track practice at Lakota East High School in OH last week when they turned on their phones and learned of their life-altering news, The Washington Post reported.

Incredibly, this isn't the first set of quadruplets to earn acceptance at Yale. Among the four of them, there were also acceptance letters from Stanford, Georgetown, Duke, Vanderbilt, and Cornell - just to name a few.

Following the joyous news of Nigerian-born Ifeoma White-Thorpe gaining acceptance to all eight Ivy League universities and Stanford, a set of quadruplets from OH made headlines for all being accepted into Yale and Harvard, among other prospective institutions.

All four just learned they have been accepted at top Ivy League universities of Yale, Harvard and others. Financial aid offers likely will play an important role. "We feel like getting into these schools show who the people around us are", said Nigel Wade. Wade, you better sit down.' I said, 'What's going on?' They said, 'There's not two.

"When we would joke about it", Aaron said, "it was like, 'Yeah, I'm going to be the one who gets rejected".

The brother shared their excitement with the Washington Post.

"We didn't go into this thinking, 'Oh, we're going to apply to all these schools and get into all of them, '" said Aaron. Back in 2010, the Crouch siblings - Kenny, Martina, Ray and Carol -from CT entered Yale via early acceptance.

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"It's really our parents, our friends and our community who have come together and taught us how to be disciplined", Nigel told the Hamilton-Middletown Journal News.

"I remember they were doing an ultrasound and they said, 'Mr".

Their father, Darrin Wade, who works for General Electric, and their mother, Kim, a school principal, have saved some money toward their sons' educations, but funding four sets of college tuition for four years is nothing to sneeze at. Zach plans to be an engineer, while Nick sees himself double majoring in global relations and economics. Zach plans to pursue an engineering curriculum. Aaron wants to study computer science and cognitive science.

Right now it's not clear which school the brothers will be going to, or even if they will all choose to attend the same college.

"We really don't know".

"We're just shocked. We still don't believe that we got in", Nick said.

"We have to make sure that we're helping them down the road by not being a financial burden on them when we get older", he says.

Other reports by Guamnewswatch

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