Im a freshman and im dating a senior
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High school: you have you the popular crowd, the jocks, the cheerleaders, the nerds, the goths, the punks, the bad asses, the rebels, geeks, gleeks, the outcastes, the teachers pets, the goody goodies, the drugies, the preps, the emos, and etcetera, etcetera. I wish there was a guide on how to survive high school and all the drama that comes a head. I was just an only child, I had no older siblings to tell me about the high school dos and the high school don'ts.
From a legal standpoint, that's statutory rape (if there is sex).
Yet these students are interacting regularly, could be traveling together for sporting events or clubs, etc, and could be socializing at parties... I remember plenty of freshman-senior relationships when I was in high school.
Usually the freshman was the girl, but I distinctly remember the reverse in 2 cases.
Would you support a relationship with that age gap?
What if your child was the younger one and just hitting puberty? I'd have a bigger problem with the actual ages than with the class of the individuals.
You also will have freshmen who had been held back in elementary who are older than the other freshmen.