GRASS LAKE, Mich. (AP) – Four high school students in southeastern Michigan have more in common than graduating with the highest grade point averages in their class.
They each also have a twin.
The Jackson Citizen Patriot reports that two sets of twins graduated from Grass Lake High School on Sunday.
Identical twins Kayla and Maria Bolton shared the honor of being valedictorians after earning the same 4.4 GPA. Fraternal twins Connor and Barrett Bagby held the next highest GPAs.
The sets of twins have known each other since elementary school, and they help each other in their studies. They’re all headed to the University of Michigan this fall.
The Boltons plan to study business to pursue their dream of starting a company together. Connor Bagby is joining the business administration program, while Barrett will study nursing.