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Beautiful identical twins set to graduate without missing a single day of school in 13 years

Beautiful identical twins set to graduate without missing a single day of school in 13 years

- Mikayla and Miranda Morton are identical twins and both seniors at their high school

- The beautiful girls are set to graduate in few days with perfect attendance for 13 years

- Both sisters also plan to attend the same university

Mikayla and Miranda are students making their parents proud as they are set to graduate from high school with a perfect attendance record. The two identical sisters have never missed class since they started schooling 13 years ago.

According to the twins, they have never been separated since birth and they want to continue living that way. They even plan to attend the same university together.

Speaking on the close bond they share, Mikayla said "She's like my best friend. I could never get rid of her, we surprisingly have never been separated since birth."

Mikayla and Miranda Morton plan to attend university of Louisville later in the year. The school will also be home to six students with perfect attendance like them.

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When asked how they were able not to skip class for even a day, they gave credit to their grandmother, a retired teacher who always had the same message: "You're going to school no matter what."

Beautiful identical twins set to graduate without missing a single day in 13 years

Seniors from Male high school including Mikayla and Miranda Morton (Bottom right) Source: 11Alive.com

"Sometimes there were parties and I'd have to stay home because it's a school night," Miranda Morton said.

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Recall Legit.ng reported that A Nigerian Lolade Siyonbola studying at the Ivy League University shared discomforting news of how a race-biased student called the police on her.

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Siyonbola who is a post-graduate student of African Studies at the university narrated how she was having a nap at the Yale University's common room when a white student she identifies as Sarah Braasch called the campus Police to come and arrest her.

She explained that the encounter wasn't the first she has experienced from her co-student Sarah. She wrote on her Facebook wall that Sarah, who is studying Philosophy at PhD level, once called the Police on one of her friends a few months earlier.

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