Competitors could be forgiven for having double vision after twins from west London netted places at a prestigious tournament which has been a stepping stone to Olympic glory.
The 16-year-olds from Ealing will seek to outclass their opponents at the national sports meet, being held at Loughborough University from September 1-4.
They will hope to emulate the success of the competition's illustrious alumni including newly-crowned Olympic champion Adam Peaty and Paralympic gold-medallists Ellie Simmonds and Jonnie Peacock.
Brothers are multiple British champions
England Cadets captain Javier and his brother are the country's top-ranked pair in under-19 beach volleyball and six-time British champions in age categories from under-14 to under-20.
"I'm absolutely thrilled as this is the second time I have made the selection for the squad," said Javier.
"I'm looking forward to the competition but also the fantastic atmosphere around the Games.
"I'm also really honoured to be part of the England team at the School Games this year.
"I really hope we can improve on our previous results and then move into challenging the older teams."
1,600 young athletes to compete at School Games
This year's School Games will bring together 1,600 athletes, competing across 12 sports, to prepare them for the challenges of top-level competition.
As at the Rio Olympics , young competitors will experience the excitement of opening and closing ceremonies, the pressure of performing before crowds of thousands and the atmosphere of life within the athletes' village.
Young people will also make up much of the 400-strong army of volunteers at the event, and will be among the cast of reporters, officials and coaches.
For more information and to book tickets for the competition, run by the Youth Sport Trust with National Lottery funding from Sport England, visit the School Games website.