How to Flirt With a Girl in Class

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29-09-2020, 13:50
School can be a great place to meet girls, but it can be hard to talk to your crush during the school day. Flirting during class can show your crush that you're interested and open the door to more interaction outside of the classroom. Try to grab a seat near the girl you like, smile, and remember to be confident!

Getting Her Attention During Class

  1. Make sure you look and smell good. Make a good impression on the girl you like by taking extra care to look your best. Wear a nice outfit that compliments your body type and personal style, choosing clean clothes that are free from wrinkles. Comb and style your hair, put on deodorant, and use a little perfume or cologne to make sure you smell great.
  2. Try to sit near your crush in class. If your teacher lets you choose your seats, try picking a seat close to your crush. Even if there's not a seat right beside her, sit where you are in her line of sight. At the very least, you want to give her a chance to notice if you're having a great hair day or you have on a new shirt that makes your eyes look extra blue.
  3. Make eye contact with your crush when something funny happens. Eye contact is one of the most effective flirting techniques. You don't want to stare at her all through class — that will seem creepy and you'll probably get called out by your teacher. Instead, try to catch her eye whenever something funny happens. Hold the eye contact for a few seconds, then look away.
  4. Smile at her. Smiling will show her that you're a pleasant person, and it might make her want to spend more time around you. Make eye contact with her and smile when you walk into class or once or twice during class.
    • Flirting is all about subtlety, so don't go overboard with this! You'll look silly if you just stare at her and smile all day.
  5. Lean over and give her a compliment if you're sitting close enough. If you manage to get a seat right next to your crush, quietly give her a compliment during class. The trick to giving a great compliment is to be sincere. Pay attention to what you like about her and compliment that.
    • You don't want to give her compliments every day or you'll seem overeager. Wait until you notice that she's wearing something new or you think she looks extra pretty that day. Try saying something like, “Your new haircut looks awesome,” or “You look really nice today.”
    • Avoid comments that might make her feel uncomfortable, like remarks about her figure.
  6. Text her or pass notes during class. If you have her phone number, try flirting with her by texting her a silly joke or a meme. You could also comment on something that's going on around you. If you don't have her number or you can't have your phone at school, go old school by passing her a note.
    • Try saying something like, “Do you think Mr. Lund knows that his shoe is untied?” Avoid negative jokes at someone else's expense, though, or you'll seem unkind.
    • If you do text her, keep in mind that she might get in trouble if her phone beeps. And make sure the volume on your phone is turned off, or you might get caught if she texts you back!

Making a Connection outside of Class

  1. Wait for her outside of class. If you feel like your crush has been receptive to your flirtation, try waiting for her outside of the classroom one day. Bring up something that happened during class that you both thought was funny. Laughing together makes people feel closer.
  2. Offer to walk her to her next class. If you want to spend time with your crush at school, try to find ways to hang out with her outside of class. If your next class is near hers, offer to walk her to class. This will give you a few minutes to get to know each other better.
    • Try saying, “Hey, I saw you walking to the Arts building yesterday. That's where my next class is too. Can I walk with you to your class?”
  3. Get to know her friends. If you see your crush hanging out with her friends, join the group. Be active in the conversation, but don't make it all about you. Ask them questions like what they like to do after school or what classes they're in. If her friends like you, she'll probably have a higher opinion of you.
    • Make sure you don't flirt with her friends! Your crush needs to know she's the one you're interested in.
  4. Invite her to spend more time with you. Ask your crush if she wants to eat lunch with you and your friends or if she's interested in grabbing some pizza after school. If she says yes, she's probably interested in you! If she declines, smile and say something like “No problem, see you tomorrow!”

Conversation Help


  • Having a crush is exciting, but make sure you're still paying attention in class! Your crush probably won't think it's cute if you get a failing grade, and she definitely won't like it if your flirtation brings her grade down.
  • Try to be subtle! You could get in trouble with the teacher if you get caught talking, texting, or passing notes during class.
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