How many high school relationships end in marriage?


According to statistics, 2 percent of high school relationships result in marriage. Many people grow apart over the years as they grow older and their views change.

Life is not like the movies in which high school sweethearts are absolutely perfect and end up getting married and living happily ever after. This only occurs in 2 percent of high school relationships, and additional statistics suggest that such relationships are also likely to end in divorce. Factors that contribute to the failure of these types of relationships include changes in views as an individual grows from an adolescent to a young adult, in addition to the fact that many of these relationships are based on lust rather than love.

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There are not percents listed on these's-the-probabil...
I would say pretty low. I do know of two people who met in 7th grade and got married after school (high school) but, I would think that you meet to many other people along the way
Peer pressure is one of the most common reasons why high school students start relationships early. The pressure to fit in and to be considered normal is at the forefront in the mind
I have a few instances for you. I was with a wonderful guy my junior and senior year of highschool. We planned on getting married and having a family as soon as we got out of college
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