I want to ask her out but i can't because we have different social groups

Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Male
Ok here's the deal, i met this girl in my 9th grade english class and we had a very brief conversation over this book she was reading. The next year in 10th grade (this year) i see her again and now i can't stop thinking about her. I want to ask her out but i can't because we have different social groups. She has these prep friends (real assholes sorry for my language no other way to put it.) And i have friends but no real prep friends, just basic friends and i think i love her even though im only 15. But i can't stop thinking about her and i even dream about her. It's inasne she is like this angel sent from heaven. I want to talk to her so badly but i have no classes with her and i just can't approach her because im not the typical hot guy in the school. Sorry for being so long. But what should i do. I want to talk to her and get to know her and hold her when shes down or up. PLease help. Thank you for your time.

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You want to talk to her... so talk to her.

Whenever you pass near her say Hi (her name) and give her a big smile. Keep doing this until you feel comfortable enough to add on "How are you doing?" and she will say "fine." Finally you will feel comfortable enough to have a regular conversation with her which could lead to a date.

A long journey begins with one step... so take it!

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