The brothers are also identical triplets. They have a cabinet of academic awards to show. Now, their hard work is paying off.
"I never expected to be valedictorian I always thought, heck, my brother
There can only be one valedictorian, but brother
"I’m salutatorian at
Rounding it out is Alexander.
"I am ranked number ten, I’m just there," he said.
All three have a grade point average above 4.0. Their father Brian Gallagher couldn’t be more excited for their next life journey.
"This will be the first time they’ve ever been away from me more than ten days at a time," he said.
"I’m excited to split off from my brothers for once and get to experience my own life."
The brothers all have different career goals with aspirations in civil engineering, astro engineering and industrial graphic design. However, they won’t be far from each other. In fact, they’ll actually still be on the same campus.
"We’ll be at the same school but we'll be away from each other,” said Alexander. “Well be probably in the same dorms but different rooms."
The three will attend
"The great thing is they’ve always run with each other. When one falls behind, the other two go back and pick him up," said Brian Gallagher.
Now the young men prepare for their
"I feel like we've achieved something being in the top ten," said Alexander.
"I feel so proud of not only myself but my brothers just the fact that we were all able to be so successful in high school," said Andrew.
"I’ll definitely be the proudest parents there in the room," said Brian Gallagher.
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