How to date people in high school in BitLife

Completing BitLife challenges often requires you to complete certain actions at school or work, such as the “Thanks, Next” challenge, which asks you to date people in high school. Let’s discuss what this school is and how we can accomplish this challenging task.

What is a high school in BitLife?

Although the name suggests that secondary school is the second school you attend, this is not always the case as this refers to what is commonly referred to as school secondary school. In countries such as Canada and the United States, secondary school refers to the high school that one attends for four years before going on to college, university, or a career.

In other words, if you have to complete a challenge task in high school in BitLife, you will have to age your character until he enters “secondary school” or “high school” depending on the country.

How to date people in high school in BitLife

To compete in challenges like the Thank You Next Challenge, you’ll need to develop a romantic relationship with your high school classmates. In short, instead of dating random people, befriend your classmates and ask them out until you master this task. Whether you do this in one year or more is up to you, as long as you romance at least five people.

Make sure you complete this before graduating from secondary school. In countries like the United States, high school lasts four years, giving you that much time to accomplish what you need to accomplish.

If you want to take on other challenges and become captain of a sports team, join a clique, or befriend several classmates, you also only have four years to do that. Try to do these sooner rather than later to make things easier on yourself.

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Madison Benson

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