The top two seniors at United High School in Monmouth, Illinois have tons in common.
Addison and Cole McKee are in fact twins, with Addison becoming the school's valedictorian and Cole being the school's salutatorian. Both brother and sister gave speeches at the school's graduation ceremony, which took place Saturday.
"They both are really driven on their own," their mother Freda McKee told ABC News affiliate WQAD-TV. "I would say they are the best of friends, but they also can probably be the worse of enemies."
The only thing holding Cole back from being the number one student at United High was the fact that he earned a B in World History.
"The only rebuttal I have to that is ACT score, because I beat her in that," Cole quipped.
Aside from both speaking at their graduation, the Cole twins also took the same classes, played the same sports and even had the same job while matriculating. They even plan to attend the same college this fall.
And although the twins admit to a friendly competition, they're still very supportive of each other.
"I think we're kind of like each other's biggest fans in a way," Addison said.