With nineteen twins at Hartfield Academy, we have ‘double the fun’!
After talking with every twin at our school, a universal theme included that being born together means you have a best friend forever.
We asked all nineteen twins a few questions that included ‘What is your favorite thing about being a twin?’, ‘What is your favorite thing to do together?’, and ‘What are the ways people can tell you apart?’.
Hartfield’s nineteen twins include:
Michelle & Mike Jones
Cole & Sam Stumph
Lila & Vail Wartes
Malakai & Amiya Sullivan
Emily & Jake Maggio
Owen & Blake Stroh
Kate & Jack Miller
Owen & Levi Dew
Sam & Micah Montgomery
Fallon & Piper Davis
Cammie & Payton Jasinski
Kinsley & Jake Johnson
Max & Miles Broome
Preston & Patrick Kinnaird
Beck & Luke McMillen
Colt & Levi Cryer
Asher & Jude Savage
Jane Alan & Lucy Nunnelee
Charlie & Hugh Tubb
Let’s hear some answers from our twins!
‘What is your favorite thing about being a twin?'
“You can always have someone to be with, you always have a friend” said Max Broome
“Always having someone to play with” said Kinsley Johnson
“We can learn new things together” said Fallon Davis
“I always have someone to listen to me” said Amiya Sullivan
“Having someone go through life with me” said Mike Jones
“Having another person just like me who shares the same experiences I do” said Cole Stumph
“Having spend the nights with each other all the time” said Jude Savage
‘What is your favorite thing to do with your twin?'
“Play outside” said Miles Broome
“Watching our favorite Netflix shows together” said Michelle Jones
“Anything is fun when we are together” said Levi Dew
“Play cars and build blocks” said Beck McMillen
“Go fishing together” said Hugh Tubb
‘What are some ways people can tell you apart?'
“We always wear different colored shoes” said Micah Montgomery
“A middle hair part” said Sam Stumph
“Hugh has a freckle on his nose” said Charlie Tubb
We hope some of their fun answers brought a smile to your faces like it did ours!
Hartfield Academy is fully accredited by both the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS), the MidSouth Association of Independent Schools (MAIS), the Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI) and the Southern Association of independent Schools (SAIS).