It would really be better if she were 18, but if it is alright with her and her parent (s) then go for it. I would really get the parental consent before becoming involved with her. I went through a similar program, starting at 16, so I can see where it might lead to issues if the parent (s) don't agree with it.
Me and my boyfriend are 2.5 years apart, and when we started dating I was 15, and he was 18. I'm now almost twenty and we're still together. If you're upfront and honest with both your parents and intentions there should not be a problem. Romeo n Juliet in my state is three years.
You are right to feel weird. I think high school completion is a pretty bright line that should not be crossed. Anyway, unless she continues attending the same college after high school, you will not be able to date her so it's probably better to not start.
These idiots voting No simply think that this 1 year is gonna make a huge difference in her and she is gonna become a real , smart adult. OK ! I get it ! Her mind isn't fully developed. That doesn't mean that she is a little kid that doesn't know how to make choices ! People voting no are like : "She is still a kid. Dont date her you fucking pedophile..."
doesn't matter if its socially acceptable, go with if its ok with you
Well, hanging wallpaper is also very much like making love to a beautiful woman. Clean all the relevant surfaces, spread her out on the table, cover her with paste, and stick her up. Then you clean your brush, light your pipe, stand back and admire your handiwork.
No the romeo and juliet laws cover 2 year differences. You're 3 years apart.