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5 sets of twins, together since kindergarten, set to graduate from Wisconsin high school together

By Bridget Curran
Mondovi (WQOW) - Five sets of twins, have been together since kindergarten and are graduating this weekend from Mondovi High School.

The twins are Katy and Brady Halverson, Amanda and Austin Norby, Bria and Rachel Bauer, Brett and Bryan Larson, and Trevor and Logan Giedd. Logan passed away a couple of years ago.

There's only 66 student's in the Mondovi class of 2015 meaning the twins make up close to 15 percent of the class.

"The probability of having 5 sets of twins together like this, we have in this small class of 66 would be one in 3.9 million," said Wyatt Anderson, biology, anatomy, and physics teacher at Mondovi High School.

No twin has gone so far as to date another, but they've all remained friends.

"I think it just made us all really close to each other, and just to have that story to tell: 'when I was in high school there were five sets of twins," said Bria and Rachel Bauer.

After graduation, they're all heading in different directions.

"Just like any student they all have their individual quirks and I think that's the real key is that is to understand that they're not the same person," said Chad Brieske, an English teacher at Mondovi.

Mondovi High School graduation is Saturday, May 30.

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