A fine debate: triplets argue over which Ivy League school to attend
Triplets Malik, Ahmad and Khalil Jones have a very good problem to settle on. The Georgetown Day School seniors have all been accepted into college, including two Ivy League institutions.
The trio [has] plenty of medals to boast of, and outstanding grades that prove they’re a force to be reckoned with. Perhaps that’s why the Jones’ are now positioned to attend one of two Ivy League schools.
All three brothers who tout a 3.7 GPA and scored within a couple of points of each other on the SAT are now choosing whether to go to Columbia University or the University of Pennsylvania in the fall after they graduate from Georgetown Day School.
Click here to watch the brothers debate during an interview with NBC 4.
Since the 7th grade, the triplets have been pushing each other to excel in academics, sports and other extracurricular activities with one goal in mind: to succeed in all that they do. “The three of us together shine so much more brightly than the three of us separate, said Ahmad.
The triplets also credit their parents for instilling the work ethic that has gotten them this far.
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