Skip to comments.Work ethic, tiebreakers separate Mesquite Poteet High twins
Posted on 06/15/2014 9:12:15 AM PDT by DFG
Steffy and Stella Viju credit their work ethic, rather than intelligence, for rising to the top of Poteet High Schools Class of 2014.
The identical twins couldnt outwork each other, though. They took the same advanced classes and shared a local and international background in education. They even cite equal duty to take care of their little sister after school.
No wonder it took more than one tiebreaker to separate Steffy, the valedictorian, from salutatorian Stella.
We were a little disappointed that we couldnt be up there giving our speeches together, Stella said.
In the traditional salutatorian-valedictorian order of graduation ceremonies, Stella was asked to speak first. They had an identical grade-point average, but Steffy was a point higher in a single class in the most recent grading period the districts second tiebreaker.
But instead of Stella turning the microphone over to her sister directly, tradition was broken for a moment for the twins to recognize a dual journey.
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This article is fiction. You see I have been told - repeatedly - by liberals that only white people can succeed in this country and these girls are clearly not white. Thus, the article must be fiction. Right?
We stand together, thanking God and our parents,
OMW! They said the G-word! I wonder if the school authorities will be in trouble.
Nice story. Congrats to these girls and to their parents.