Mykel and Markel Rainey, twin brothers hailing from Cuthbert, Georgia, have graduated from high school, with Mykel as the valedictorian and Markel as the salutatorian of their class. The brothers have always been focused on achieving academic excellence and entered their senior year with a determined mindset to succeed. They have consistently demonstrated their commitment to education and have now achieved their goal of graduating with top honors.
“Last year, we participated in graduation as honor students. And that’s when it really came to fruition that we could be this. So we started thinking of the possibilities like, what if?” Mykel told WALB.
Mykel and Markel Rainey, who have consistently excelled academically, are set to graduate from Randolph-Clay High School, with Mykel as the valedictorian and Markel as the salutatorian of the 2023 graduating class. They have maintained an impressive A/B average on the honor roll and a GPA of 3.5 or higher since their first semester. The twin brothers are eagerly looking forward to continuing their education at Savannah State University in the upcoming fall semester. Their parents are beaming with pride at the remarkable accomplishments of their two sons.
“You know, boys tend to stray away and be hard and difficult, but I didn’t get that from them. They were, you know, if I say do, they did if they had issues or doubts and I pushed them. They did so. Surprised but not surprised,” said their mother Tamika Rainey.