12th grader dating 9th grader
She's getting 2 years of free undergrad and it will open up scholarship opportunities and help her pay for 2 more years, especially since she will be treated as an incoming freshmen with college credit.I think this path has been a wonderful option for my daughter.Your sister's friend seems to be one of those cases.I am sure that a little consideration could lead you to a number of reasons why she might have gone to 7th instead of 9th grade at 14, and to a number of reasons why she might choose not to discuss the matter with you.Look, I'm a sixth grader, I say it might be a good idea to date, if you really want to date this person and they want to date you.But make sure both of you are mature enough, that you won't take your girlfriend/boyfriend more seriously than your grades on your exams. She is literally in the 11th grade turning 20 in 12th grade. What should matter is whether the student's educational and emotional/social needs are being met. There is an assumption in the US that people will finish up with high school around the age of 18, but that has never been entirely accurate.
Also, it being real means it was created by the best 8th grader who’s ever existed.I personly think that it is alright because i am in year 9 (from England) and a year 11 asked me out and he was around all of his friends so their really no probem in a year nine to go out with a year elven.P.s year 11 and year 9 are the same as 11th grade and 9th grade.Are you concerned about her dropping out, because she's sick of still being in secondary school, at her age?Perhaps suggest that she talk to a guidance counselor at school. If they're both in the same grade, most of the 19-year-old's friends are probably your sister's age, too.
And if your partner isn't ready for dating, respect THEIR opinion too.