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Cutest Different Grade Couple: Jameson and Grace

These couples were nominated and voted for by the student body. These are their love stories.
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Most couples would say being in different grades when dating is not ideal, yet this couple thrives despite being a sophomore and a junior. Jameson and Grace give us a look into what their romantic love story entails. Their passionate story began on March 12th, 2023.

Although they first met in middle school, there was not much attraction. 

“We went to middle school together,” said Jameson.

They initially started talking when Grace was a freshman and Jameson was a sophomore,

“My brother wrestled with him,” said Grace. Grace would attend Jameson’s wrestling tournaments, and their relationship grew from there.

The two love birds have been together for nearly eleven months.

“The best date, was our first date, to Cheddars and the movies to watch Puss and Boots,” said Jameson. Grace also agrees this was her favorite date as well.

They each enjoy being able to support one another at their sporting events. “We like spending time together and going to each other’s events,” said Jameson. 

Jameson and Grace may have different personalities, yet their love still stays strong. Everyone always says, that opposites attract and their relationship is a lovely example of this.

Grace says she loves how he continues to stay positive and down to earth through any situation. “They definitely are different. My favorite personality trait about him is how positive he is,” said Grace. Yet Jameson says Grace is more humorous. “She’s always making me laugh,” said Jameson. 

Grace and Jameson have so much going for them in their future to come.

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    Sherry GallowayFeb 14, 2024 at 10:21 pm

    Such a very cute couple. Good luck with your future endeavors.

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