As Washington and Hartford squabble over the many ways to measure education, there’s no debate about one area in which Staples is Number One.
The high school has set a world record — authenticated by Guinness — with 16 sets of twins in one class. Those sophomores shatter the previous record of 13.
Luke Foreman –a 10th grade twin himself — tracked down every set. He organized the exhaustive documentation required.
Most impressively, he got all 32 twins to school this morning — at 7 a.m. — for a group photo. Channel 12 was there too.
Congratulations, guys and girls.
Even more importantly, congrats to your moms and dads. Without them, this world record would have been impossible.