12th grader dating 9th grader
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.
Then my sister informed me this friend was older than me (she helped her friend sign up for the SAT, and found out her birthday). The girl is from china and stated when she came to the US the New York City Department of Education put her in 7th grade instead of 9th for some reason she doesn't know. I went to this school and if you don't graduate you go to school in the afternoon. I love multi-age learning environments and I fully support a more open-minded approach to grade assignments. And if we all stand around agreeing that god no, twenty year-olds should absolutely be done with high school (and i don't necessarily agree with that) - well, then what?
I don't doubt that this explanation makes perfect sense to those of you familiar with the US high school and college system, but as a Canadian it has just left my head spinning.
So she's working at a 9th grade level, but has been placed two years back in 7th? Is it just a way to get the state to pay her college tuition fees for two years?
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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.
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