Quadruplets in Ohio have all been accepted to Harvard, Yale and Duke and other top national universities. Some of the boys were also accepted to Stanford, University of Chicago, and Princeton. The boys each applied to a few individual schools, but where all four applied, they were accepted.
“It’s a wow factor. They weren’t expecting it, but we always tell them shoot for the stars,” said their mother, Kim Wade.
When asked if the boys will chose the same school, Davis said, “I might have thought before this week they might separate, but now sticking together might present a lot of opportunities. This attention may have flipped the script.”
No matter what they choose, she knows they will succeed, “The mark that these four brothers leave on our school will be felt for years to come. I can’t wait to see what comes next with their story.” …