In the USA, a 13-year-old boy is typically 61.5 inches tall, while a 13-year-old girl is typically 62 inches tall. Because puberty tends to start earlier in females than in men, there are differences in average heights between 13-year-old girls and boys.
Despite the fact that the following measures are regarded as average, a broad range in height is seen to be normal for both boys and girls. On a sliding percentile scale with the 50th percentile denoting average height, both sexes are placed.
Boys and girls are frequently positioned at the extreme ends of the spectrum and are nonetheless regarded as being in excellent condition. It is recommended to speak with the child’s primary care physician if you have any concerns because every adolescent is different.