Chapin, SC (WLTX) - There are so many pairs of twins graduating from Chapin High School this year, it makes up more than 5 percent of the graduating class.
"Whenever we were growing up, I guess we were doing everything together," said twins Calli and Zachary Haralambis. "That twin telepathy thing is kind of true. A lot of twins say it's not, but we have it! We know we do. We say the same things sometimes, text the same things."
The Haralambis twins are one of nine pairs of twins that will graduate from Chapin High School on Wednesday.
As they practiced for graduation, the twins reflected on the similarities and differences they've developed over the years.
"We both play the same sport. We both play golf," said Matthew and Melissa Meetze.
"He's very musically gifted and I'm kind of like tone deaf," said Jacob Kirby of twin brother Matthew. Matthew replied, "He knows cars and I don't know anything. I can turn mine on and drive it away."
"People compare you," said Lannon McCoy on living life as a twin. Sister Hayley replied, "I was just about to say that. That's what I was thinking."
As the tassels turn, many of these pairs will separate for the first time because they are attending different colleges.
"I'm nervous. I've never been away for so long by myself. I don't know how it's going to go," said Jenna Desousa.
"I'm probably the one that's going to struggle more," said twin Matthew Meetze. "She's always been there to help me with my school work and walk me through it."
Matthew's twin Melissa replied, "It's just going to be weird not having somebody there to talk to."