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14 Sets Of Twins Set To Graduate William Tennent High School

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14 sets of twins are set to graduate from William Tennent High School in Warminster on June 20th.

The graduates include five sets of male twins, seven sets of male/female twins and two sets of female twins.

“If you're in a room with a twin or you see a twin, it's an instant connection because you understand what it's like,” said senior Cassie Baner.

“We think it’s so funny everyone thinks '14 sets of twins,' but we're one of them, so we just think "Oh, another set,” said twin Matt Alden.

14 sets of twins with an assortment of personalities and likes and dislikes.

“I had people who have known us for 4 years, and didn't know we were twins. We look nothing alike,” said senior Matt Baner.

But the Patel brothers say they've taken advantage of their identical looks.

“One time we switched classes and no one knew. I think we can do that this year, right?" said senior Sanchit Patel

Twin power at Tennent is mighty strong, 8 sets are graduating in the top 10 percent of their class of 485 students.

"Sports-wise, we'll do whatever it takes to win," said Matt Alden.

While others realize that it is time to go their separate ways.

“He doesn't realize yet that we're going to be separated, and I'm an emotional mess about it,” said Cassie Baner.

Together or apart, these twins say they have a bond as tight as steel.

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