DATING A SENIOR AS A FRESHMAN - STORYTIMESome forums can only be seen by registered members. No, it's totally normal. Originally Posted by coschristi. But really; there are other much more important things to worry about. Her response? Gross; how stupid does he think I am? Different kids, different circumstances
I made a thread on this topic, but feel like I wasn't specific enough, so I'll be more specific here. How is a senior and sophomore seen as. Is a senior guy dating a freshman girl weird. My daughter is it weird for a sophomore girl dating sophomore watching family guy. Senior girls? I have the mentality. I am aware senior and freshman is generally viewed as creepy, but how is senior dating sophomore seen as? It's common at my school, but in general, what do.
I know things may change before fall, but I'm getting anxious about it now. He has already said that he would still like to date me if I want to, so it's basically up to me. Because the choice is yours, I suggest you just let this play out. College will present you with a chance to widen not only your range of interests, but also your circle of acquaintances. You owe it to yourself to take advantage of everything that college offers.
If you wish to continue seeing your current boyfriend, do so. However, it would be better for both of you if it is done on a non-exclusive basis for the next few years. DEAR ABBY: Several times recently when I have invited people to parties or dinners at our home, they have surprised me by responding with not only their regrets but also with a counteroffer.
For example: "Sorry, we're busy the evening of the 22nd, but could you have us over the following Thursday?
That after making an ass of himself on multiple occasions early on in HS. Found himself mostly socializing with younger freshmen and sophomores. Since he pissed off practically all of his classmates, by attempting to be an authority figure this was a JROTC program. And didn't connect to us on a personal level. At my school though, senior dating sophomore is accepted and it's senior dating freshmen which is looked down upon like that.
I can also say now that I remember, there were seniors who dated freshmen's during my HS years. One of them was very known and open for all to see.
Also, there have been quite a few senior girls dating sophomore guys, which is, in my opinion, kind of crossing the line of weird, but whatever. DEAR ABBY: I'm a senior (girl) in high school and have been dating a sophomore even though he's less than a year younger than I am. No, it's totally normal. I was in high school not too long ago and there were many Senior/Sophomore relationships, with the guy being older the.
He wasn't perceived as a loser, but respected before and during the relationship. The other dated rather secretly, but it became known later.
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And truthfully, despite it generally being looked down upon with seniors dating freshmen. No one really cared about either relationship. You'll have to be a real dick to walk up to said consensual teenage couple, and tell them they are disgusting. When they're not even bothering anyone.
And on the other hand, its kinda lame to talk smack behind someone's back.
Sophomore dating a senior
If you don't have the balls to tell them in person how you feel. That all being said. HS will largely be a blur for everyone including yourself.
I was wondering, how is it generally viewed? From what I gather, senior freshmen is looked down upon a lot but is senior/sophomore more.
That will eventually get buried under the thousands of more recent photos and videos. So goes the saying "Nobody Cares".
In my high school, 1 to 3 year difference wasn't looked down upon. Like your about to graduate, and pretty close to being an adult. And you hook up with someone whose practically a kid. Gender equality is also a slight social issue here not that I care about it here. As a young guy dating an older girl is looked higher upon. Than a dude dating a much younger girl. Sorta like the boy who hooks up with the hot female teacher is seen as lucky.
Whereas the girl hooking up the older man is naturally seen as creepy. When both scenarios are sickening.
In HS, how is senior/sophomore dating viewed compared to senior/freshmen?
It's far more about maturity than grade. I don't know if this is super common, but my friends and I have a formula for this.
It only works when the older person is 16 or older. You take the older person's age, divide it by two, and add 7.
This number is the age of the youngest person it's acceptable to be in a relationship with. So, if you're 18, the youngest partner would be If you're 50, the youngest is Again, I don't know how much stock you should put in this, but it's something a lot of people at my school use.
My son started dating his girlfriend when he was a senior and she was a sophomore and they really were only 13 months apart in age. At first, it was not ok with either set of parents, but we adjusted and they are still together 6 years later. With regards to consent laws, many states have so-called "Romeo and Juliet" laws, where someone over 18 can legally be involved with a minor.Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, Senior. What are they?
They usually apply to situations like this, where both individuals are in high school or if one graduates, but they stay together. The state might have such a law, but might not.
You really have to check and do the math.
I went to school with a lot of kids who were 2 years older but in the same grade. Sometimes you could see a different level a maturity, other times not. I went to school with a guy who had his driver's license about 2 weeks into 9th grade.
i just met a girl and shes awesome but shes a sophomore and im a senior, is that strange? i mean im going to college in the fall but i'll be local. There is this girl that I like, and she likes me, but she is a high school senior and I am a high school sophomore, is that weird? Is it weird for a sophomore girl in high school to date a freshman guy in high school? I'm a senior girl dating a sophomore boy, and really, an age gap. In my scenario, a new sophomore moved here from PA and I think I like her already, and she has been flirting with me during class too. I am a.