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Fort Wayne, In.-Three triplets in Indiana graduated at the top of their class at Wayne High School on Friday.

Andrew Gallagher snagged valedictorian, Austin Gallagher was named salutatorian, and Alexander Gallagher graduated 10th in the class.

That’s right, all three were in the top ten of their class.

"We're very humble about it, definitely. I mean, Andrew is humbled enough to think that Austin deserved valedictorian," said Alexander.

It wasn't easy for the brothers to get to this point. All three used their strengths in certain classes to help in areas where the others were lacking.

"Which, I really do think that he does. I mean, he helped me a lot more than I helped him. And I do think he deserves it more," said Andrew.

All three will be heading to Purdue University in the fall.

And while they don't plan on living in the same room, the brothers may live in the same residential hall.

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