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Florida Family Amazes as All 4 Daughters Achieve Class Rank of Valedictorian

Every daughter of the Rendina family from Florida has achieved the class rank of valedictorian in their respective high school classes!

The Rendina family from Central Florida had the celebration of a lifetime when all four of their daughters clinched the title of valedictorian in their respective high school classes.

This incredible feat is proof of the Rendina girls’ hard work and dedication, which has a possibility of around 1 in 11 billion, according to the New York Post.

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The four daughters of the Rendina family attended Astronaut High School in Titusville, and their mother, Tracey Rendina, is also the math department chair at the same school.

She credits her girls’ achievements to a strong work ethic. Tracey explained in an interview with Fox News Digital that she and her husband Mike, never told the girls they had to score A’s, but rather encouraged them to do their best.

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The Rendina family via Tracey Rendina’s Instagram

The glorious tradition of the Rendina family began with their eldest daughter Makaley, 24, who graduated as valedictorian.

Two years later, her younger sister Alisa, 22, followed her elder sister’s footsteps. Taylor, 20, followed Alisa two years later, leaving just Ryleigh, 18, the youngest, to carry on the family tradition.

By the time Ryleigh reached her senior year, there was an underlying pressure on her to continue the tradition created by her elder sisters. However, the family always chose to support rather than pressurize.

Tracey and her husband, Mike, always loved and supported their daughters unconditionally, regardless of their grades. And the best part is that the family was always there for each other, no matter what!

Resilience has always been an important quality in the Rendina household. Tracey wanted her girls to understand how to overcome hurdles, whether academic or extracurricular. This approach helped the girls pass their high school years with flying colors.

Although there was no pressure, however, when Ryleigh, the youngest, reached the end of her high school career, everyone in the family relaxed when she was named valedictorian of her 2024 graduating class.

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The brilliant Rendina sisters

As per Tracey, the success of Ryleigh provided a sense of achievement for the entire family, proving the adage win for one is a win for all.

The girls had enough freedom to decide when and how to spend their time on academics or extracurricular interests. Tracey added the girls were “accountable to themselves” for it.

Now that all four daughters have graduated as valedictorians, Tracey and Mike are preparing to become empty nesters.

Each daughter is at a different point in her life, from beginning college to entering the workforce. The parents are thrilled to watch their daughters succeed in different fields.

Ryleigh, the youngest, is now preparing to join the University of Florida in Gainesville, to study biomedical engineering.

During high school, she participated in the Florida High School Athletic Association and church activities and performed 800 hours of community service.

Tracey’s message to her daughters is clear, “The world is your oyster now. Be yourself and enjoy everything life has to offer.”

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