Their essays detailed their individuality as well as being quads.
Lakota East High School Principal Suzanna Davis, said: “I have had the honor of knowing these boys since they were young because of knowing their mom and dad. I have watched these boys grow up into young men … and as students they epitomize what we would want from high school students.”
Although they have not made their choices, The Washington Post?reports that Aaron likes Stanford University and the three others may likely choose Yale.
When they were younger, their father, Darrin Wade, a software architect for General Electric, would punish disciplinary infractions like lying by making them do situps and push-ups and run around the block. He and their mother,Kim, principal of Lakota Plains Junior School, also had them do word puzzles, memorize math tables and write book reports at home from a young age,reports NY Times.