The graduating class of Ohio's Canfield High School features a multitude of multiples: 10 sets of twins and one set of triplets. They make up 8% of the 282 seniors receiving their diplomas on June 12. The 23 students have all been in the school district since kindergarten. Some will attend college with their siblings. One brother tells the local newspaper it would be a big deal to separate from his twin, who calls his brother "a permanent friend." Only one set of twins is identical, and they are splitting up for college.