"When I was born the doctor took one look at my face, turned me over and said, 'Look, twins!'" - Rodney Dangerfield
The Class of 2014 has reportedly been listed in the Guinness Book of World Records for its 16 sets of .
According to a report on ABC News, SHS student Luke Foreman and his twin sister, Meghan, knowing that there was a preponderance of twins in their graduating class, one day decided to count them up.
“Right from the beginning I knew we had a lot of twins in our grade, but it didn’t strike me as unusual until I counted all the twins we had," Foreman said in the report.
When Foreman discovered — with some help from the school administration — that the Class had a total of 16 sets of twins, he checked out the Guinness Book and realized that SHS had set a new record.
The 16 sets of twins twins account for 8.42 percent of the 380-student Staples High School class of 2014, according to the report. That's more than four times the average in the U.S. population, which stands at around 2 percent.
For more, check out the ABC News report.