UPDATE: Lakota East’s celebrated quadruplets pick college

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The now famous quadruplets of Lakota East say it was there struggles to be individuals that led to their success.

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UPDATE, May 1: All four of the famous Wade quadruplets from Lakota East High School have made their college choice.

During an appearance on NBC’s “Today” show this morning, the four announced they all will attend Yale University in the fall.

The quadruplets — Nick, Zach, Aaron and Nigel — drew international attention for their academic prowess and admissions acceptance by Ivy League universities and other top-tier colleges across the nation.

One of the famous Wade quadruplets from Lakota East High School has publicly announced his college choice.

Lakota East High School Principal Suzanna Davis revealed Nigel Wade’s choice — he has accepted an offer from Yale University — during the annual academic signing day ceremony at the Butler County school.

The four brothers — Nick, Zach, Aaron and Nigel — drew international attention for their academic prowess and admissions acceptance by Ivy League universities and other top-tier colleges across the nation.

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Nigel previously told the Journal-News about his interest in studying medicine in college. He participated in internships in recent years at area health-care providers, including West Chester Hospital.

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Graduating seniors have until May 1 to decide whether to accept college scholarship offers.

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Nick, Zach and Aaron have not yet revealed their college choice.

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