Love in high school is a very sensitive topic, the students in high school have come to the age of being mature, inside, they desire to love someone, but it is the awkward time. First, they need to focus their attention so that they can enter a better college, second, their parents are strongly objective to their love, the teachers even ban the love relationship between students. As a student, they have their own rights to love someone, the inner desire and the objection from parents and schools make them struggle to their emotions. In my opinion, high school students have so many pressure, they should put aside their love emotions for a while, they need to focus on the study, when high school time ends, they can choose their love. It is much easier, if you want to love at the time, then to love. No one will stop you.
Campus love isn't a newly-born phenomenon. some people are strongly against it while some others think it's natural. i don't advocate it. the reasons are as follows. first of all, undergraduates are neither fully psychologically mature nor able to assume the responsibility, especially freshmen and sophomores.
Second, they may indulge in it, thus dilapidate their study, which isn't rare. third, some just take advantage of it to kill time, avoid boredom with much time at their own disposals, have someone keep company, etc. what's more, some change dating "partners" frequently, holding a paradox opinion that they could show off their charm or accumulate experience, but more often than not, they would leave a bad impression, such as lacking the sense of responsibility, on others, especially their former sweethearts. last, the proportion of successful couples is too low. the overwhelming majority reach the same end-parting just before graduation, forced by reality, etc.
So, look before you leap, discard campus love and make a wiser decision after graduation.
On campus, lovers can be found here and there. Some people think too much intimacy has a bad influence. It takes lovers too much time and energy. Furthermore, their intimacy can distract their own as well as other students’ attention from study. Campus should be a place for study and should maintain an atmosphere of learning.
On the other hand, other people believe it is OK. Pursuing love is all right to students on campus and intimacy is a natural expression of love. Some scholars of law hold that friendship and appropriate intimacy are an important part of student development.
In my opinion, what all people should do is just leave it as it is. University students are adults, and they can handle their own affairs well enough. However, they have to admit that school is a place where people receive an education and their main task is to study. Therefore, students are expected to behave themselves in proper ways.