EL, CAJON, CALIF. (KGTV) - Every graduating class is special, but at Valhalla High School, it’s because quite a few of them look the same.
The class of 2018 is graduating 11 sets of twins and 2 triplets.
“People will be like you guys look alike” said the De Went triplets, “we’ll be are you serious— we’re so different.”
It’s the highest concentration of ‘multiple births’ according to Grossmont Union High School District Officials.
"We changed seats at the start of the year and then again midsemester," said the Sisk twins, "the class had a good laugh."
"One time we had a sub and I got in trouble for talking, but we switched seats so it went under Samantha's name instead of my name,” said twin Sheridan Beasley.
“I kind of wanted to have a sister so we could switch classes,” said Ann Habib on her fraternal twin brother, Idan.
“It’s a very uncommon event,” said Superintendent Dr. Tim Glover, who is a twin himself.
“It’s so unique to have somebody that’s basically just like you,” added Glover, “somebody you can count on and someone you can trust.”