Sextuplets Graduate High School Together The Headrick family has a lot to celebrate this year. Eighteen years ago the couple had sextuplets. Now they're graduating high school – the first set of sextuplets to graduate together in Kansas.
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Sextuplets Graduate High School Together

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Sextuplets Graduate High School Together

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The Headrick family has a lot to celebrate this year. Eighteen years ago the couple had sextuplets. Now they're graduating high school – the first set of sextuplets to graduate together in Kansas.

STEVE INSKEEP, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Steve Inskeep. Any parent is proud at graduation. The Headrick family is proud six times over. Eighteen years ago, the couple had sextuplets - six siblings who are now the first set of sextuplets to graduate high school together in Kansas. Ethan, Grant, Sean, Danielle, Melissa and Jaycie will mostly explore solo life at different colleges. We can only say congratulations, congratulations, congratulations, congratulations, congratulations, congratulations.

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