- La’nisha and Ron’nisha Richardson, identical twins from Yazoo City, Mississippi, have graduated top of their class with 4.1 GPA
- The twins admit that they are disappointed for not being able to have a prom or traditional graduation, but they are still very much excited about their achievement
- La’nisha has already been accepted at Mississippi State to become a physical therapist and Ron’nisha is planning to join the Air Force to pursue a medical career
Identical twins, La’nisha and Ron’nisha Richardson, who are both graduating seniors from Yazoo City, Mississippi, have graduated top of their class with 4.1 GPA.
A report by Blacknews.com indicates that due to the COVID-19 pandemic that has plagued the entire world, the class of high school graduates have been unable to hold any ceremony to mark the grand transition.
La’nisha and Ron’nisha have been disappointed by the development as they wish to celebrate their success amidst cheering crowds but they are nonetheless glad to have attained the feat.
Having made history by being identical twins graduating with identical grades on top of the class, the brilliant ladies have earned the top honours as both valedictorian and salutatorian.
Reports indicate that La’nisha has already been accepted at Mississippi State to become a physical therapist and Ron’nisha is planning to join the Air Force to pursue a medical career.
In an interview regarding their massive achievement, Ron'nisha said their mother played a great role in their resounding success:
“We definitely credit our mom when it comes to making sure we are on top. It’s our work and we have to get it done but she makes sure we get things done and if we don’t get it done, it’s gonna be a problem,” she said.
In other news, a pair of Milwaukee twin sisters identified as Arianna and Arielle Williams got accepted into 38 schools - receiving more than $1,000,000 (N389,480,000) in scholarships.
The twin sisters are graduating seniors at Dr Howard Fuller Collegiate Academy, with Arianna currently ranked the top student in her class and her sister close behind.