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Sibling goals! Georgia triplets graduate from secondary school with a 4.0 GPA

Sibling goals! Georgia triplets graduate from secondary school with a 4.0 GPA

Teenage triplets in Georgia have made their family proud after they graduated from secondary school with honours. The triplets completed their secondary school with a 4.0 Cumulative Grade Point Average.

It was gathered that the triplets identified as Kolby, Sydney and Kendall Belcher began reading and writing at 3 years of age with the assistance of their parents.

According to their mother, Cathey Belcher, the triplets have always known that they could achieve the best. She expressed that she is very happy and proud of what they achieved in school.

Cathey said: "I’m very happy and proud of them. They knew they were expected to do their best and never settle for a B or C grade when they could get an A.”

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Georgia triplets graduate from high school with a 4.0 GPA Photo source: Henryherald.com

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She explained that the three siblings were always encouraged to put forth their best efforts. She said: “We nurtured them and pushed them along the way. They’ve done really well.”

According to Henry Herald, the three have been enrolled in different colleges while they were in school. Kolby and Sydney would be attending Georgia State University while Kendall would attend Gordon State College.

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Kolby and Kendall plan to major in business administration while Sydney who is the youngest of the three by one minute plans to become a nurse.

Sydney would also continue her education to obtain a master’s degree, hoping to work in the hematology/oncology department at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta.

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Speaking about her hopes for the triplets, Cathey said: “I’m excited about them going to college. We’re encouraging them to keep doing what they’ve been doing and reminding them to always give back to their community.”

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