Is it bad for a freshman to date a senior?

I just thought that age difference would be bad, but I started like this guy and a lot too!! I think he's awesome, but I know some of you will say that he's too old for you and he can't control his sex drive. Honestly, I don't think he will do anything to me that I don't like... but what I'm afraid is that when he graduates he will forget me... I want him to notice me... what do I do? by the way he's plays video games, he plays in band with me, and I think he's cute!! :D


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Most Helpful Girl

  • Honestly, I don't think Its bad for a senior to date a freshman because I have seen it in my school but its extremely rare. Seniors hit that "senioritis" and they dont quite have motiation to do anything. I think you two could be friends but seniors look at freshman as babies, just starting out. If you two were to get in a serious relationship it would have to be entirely in ONE year before he leaves and then he'd have to wait years for you to graduate then get to college then to graduate from there because he'll always be finishing where you are just beginning. You can try asking him to help you play certain songs since you are both in band (I know how that goes, I had a crush in Orchestra) but I really think it'll just be a friendship. These things take time and I don't think it's something you have in this situation. Hope this helps.

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What Guys Said 6

  • No, it's not a bad thing. But if he can't control his sex drive then he will want to have sex with you. I'm guessing that would be illegal, and if so you can't do it. It will ruin his life, and you will have nothing but regret about it. Regardless, if you like him then develop a friendship. That's the kind of thing that lasts. Friends are hard to forget. And the best romantic relationships are between people who are already friends.

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  • If he's 18 you should avoid him. I dated a freshman when I was an hs senior and it was awesome, but I was 17 and she was 15. Most of the girls in my class wanted to date older guys, so younger girls were my only option. Senior girls thought they were too good for hs boys.

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  • It'll only be for a year. Life after hs is way different. He's gonna wanna experience things as an adult that u legally being a child can't partake in. That'll only drive a wedge in between u guys. More cons than pros here

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  • Go for it. Most likely he will leave you as you say, so don't become too attached. If you up for friends with benefits and he treats you respectfully why not have some fun?

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  • When he graduates, he WILL forget you. All seniors are interested in, is too get some easy sex before they leave, and a freshman or sophomore is their best bet to it. You and him will get made fun of heavily, and I doubt either of your parents will like it. There's too many cons compared to pros.

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  • I actually have never seen or heard of that so I think there would be no problem it's just a couple who cares what there ages are the only time someone worries about it is when the guy has grey hair

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What Girls Said 3

  • No. I've thought about dating a senior in my freshman year. I'm pretty sure he liked me back but at the time he was dating someone else who was also a freshman. We met through a class and got really close. He also met his girlfriend through an after school activity so they got really close. It wasn't about me seeking him out or anything. We actually went to the same elementary school and he knew my sister because they were in the same grade. When he graduates, you guys will most likely break up. He is starting a new chapter in his life and isn't going to want to deal with a high school girlfriend who is restricting him. If you want to date him I wouldn't get your hopes up about staying together after he graduates. That's just my advice, though. If you want him to notice you, then talk to him more and flirt with him a lot.

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  • If he's interested in you as well, go for it. Just be careful. It's very possible that if a relationship does happen with you and this guy it will only last for this school year, but he won't just completely forget about you when he graduates.

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  • No as long as you are both legal

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