Identical Twins Named High School's Valedictorian And Salutatorian

Identical twin brothers Deontae and Deontrae Wright have been named valedictorian and salutatorian of their Ohio high school!!!

The twins apparently enjoy competing with each other, which of course pushes them to do better.

“We both like to compete against each other,” Deontrae told the news station. “We want to score higher than each other.”

In fact the competition was so stiff that their final grades at Scott High School were tough to calculate as their GPAs kept switching them between first and second place. In the end, Deontae – who was born first – was named valedictorian with a 4.5 GPA, while Deontrae was right behind as salutatorian with a 4.4 GPA.

The 17-year-old siblings have already earned full scholarships to Ohio State University, where they plan to study electrical engineering.

Not only are the brothers incredibly intelligent, they both work not one but two jobs outside of school and have racked up more than 70 hours of community service as well.

Hats off to these twin scholars and and future electrical engineers.

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