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Three sets of triplets graduate from Spain Park

(L-R) The Ivy, Burleson and Hudson triplets are all graduating from Spain Park this week. Source: Clare Huddleston (L-R) The Ivy, Burleson and Hudson triplets are all graduating from Spain Park this week. Source: Clare Huddleston
HOOVER, AL (WBRC) -

Three sets of triplets who first met in the 6th grade will graduate together at Spain Park High School.

Triplets Amanda, Carlton and Danielle Ivy are all going to the University of Alabama in the fall. Paige, Connor and Catherine Burleson will split between rival schools with the girls going to Alabama and their brother Connor going to Auburn.

Sam, Hannah and AJ Hudson are all going to different schools after graduation. Sam is headed to UAB, Hannah plans to attend Birmingham-Southern College and AJ is bound for Auburn.

Hannah Hudson says the triplets have all known each other since 6th grade but became really good friends during their senior year.

"We had heard rumors going into 6th grade that we were going to all go to the same school but I didn't know if it was going to be true," Hannah Hudson said.

"We had some classes together and we were in the same friend group so the fact that we're all triplets makes it even cooler," she added.

Plus, there's a little bit of love between the triple triplet sets: Hannah Hudson is dating Connor Burleson.

Spain Park's graduation is set for Wednesday, May 22 at 5 p.m. in Samford University's Pete Hanna Center.

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