The now famous quadruplets of Lakota East say it was there struggles to be individuals that led to their success.

UPDATE: Lakota East’s celebrated quadruplets pick college

During an appearance on NBC’s “Today” show this morning, the four announced they all will attend Yale University in the fall.

The quadruplets — Nick, Zach, Aaron and Nigel — drew international attention for their academic prowess and admissions acceptance by Ivy League universities and other top-tier colleges across the nation.

VIDEO & STORY: Lakota East quadruplets all accepted to Ivy League schools

INITIAL REPORT, April 27:

One of the famous Wade quadruplets from Lakota East High School has publicly announced his college choice.

Lakota East High School Principal Suzanna Davis revealed Nigel Wade’s choice — he has accepted an offer from Yale University — during the annual academic signing day ceremony at the Butler County school.

The four brothers — Nick, Zach, Aaron and Nigel — drew international attention for their academic prowess and admissions acceptance by Ivy League universities and other top-tier colleges across the nation.

MORE: College essays by quadruplets reveal their individuality

Nigel previously told the Journal-News about his interest in studying medicine in college. He participated in internships in recent years at area health-care providers, including West Chester Hospital.

MORE: Lakota teens part of hospital internship

Graduating seniors have until May 1 to decide whether to accept college scholarship offers.

MORE: Quads, their mom say desire to stand out from siblings drove success

Nick, Zach and Aaron have not yet revealed their college choice.

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