- Kendall, Kolby and Sydney Belcher, a set of triplets made headlines for their unique performance in school
- The three graduated the same school with same 4.0 GPA
- Currently they are attending college and are pursuing different careers
A set of triplets have left their school and parents stunned and proud after they graduated Ola High School in McDonough with perfect scores of 4.0 GPA.
The triplets were honoured by their school for completing with top scores.
Kendall, Kolby and Sydney Belcher were also enrolled in college while in high school, so they began with nearly a year of credits.
Their mother, Cathey Belcher, disclosed in an interview that she is happy and proud of her kids.
Her adorable kids started learning at the early age of 3 when their parents taught them to read and write.
Cathey notes that her triplets took off from there and they knew they were expected to pull their 'A' games in their studies.
According to www.livefootball-bst.com, the three are pursuing different careers in the university with Sydney attending Georgia State University to become a nurse and hopefully work in the hematology or oncology department of a children’s hospital.
Kolby is also studying at Georgia State University and plans to pursue marketing as a career while Kendall is attending Gordon State College, eyeing a career in the financial services industry.
Meanwhile, at 23, Dr. Julia Nepper became a role model for young women who want to pursue careers in the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) after she graduated with a PhD in biophysics from the University of Wisconsin.
Julia Nepper gained admission to study at Cape Fear Community College at age 12 and got her associate degree when she turned 14. And later graduated with a bachelor’s degree from UNCW.
She maintains that most of the people she met while growing up and in the course of her studies could have attained her feat if they also had support.
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