Quadruplets From Ohio Enroll Together At Yale

Nick, Nigel, Zach and Aaron Wade out of Ohio are not your typical high school students preparing to head off to college.

Instead, they are a group of quadruplet brothers who were accepted into the top schools all across the nation, before announcing this week that they would all be heading to the Ivy League to attend Yale University together.

Just how rare is that? Well, Yale’s website states 32,000 people applied for the Class of 2021, with fewer than 2,500 receiving acceptance letters.

In short, these guys are rock stars.

The Washington Post put together a remarkable profile on the brothers, which highlights the amount of schools they were accepted into — including Harvard, Stanford, Cornell, Johns Hopkins, Duke, Vanderbilt and many more — and how they ultimately came to their decision.

You know their parents, Darrin and Kim Wade, have to be very proud of their children.

And we should all applaud these young men, too.

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