Quadruplet brothers in Ohio have all been accepted at eight Ivy League schools including Yale and Harvard and other top schools.
Aaron, Zachary, Nigel and Nick Wade, 18, of the northern Cincinnati suburb of Liberty Township are drawing national media attention for their extraordinary feat.
They were profiled on Wednesday on Washington Post and spent most of Wednesday afternoon being followed by a national TV network news crew during their classes.
"I have had the honor of knowing these boys since they were young because of knowing their mom and dad," said Davis. "I have watched these boys grow up into young men ... and as students they epitomize what we would want from high school students."
"We're grateful to our parents and the Lakota school district because 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," said Nick, who along with Nigel and Zachary are leaning toward attending Yale.
"It’s really our parents our friends and our community who havte come together and taught us how to be disciplined. We feel like getting into these schools show who the people around us are," said Nigel.
"We were never told that we couldn't get somewhere," Zachary said.