Normal weight for 15 year olds (lbs)

The average weight for 15 year old teenage boys is 124.5 lbs and 15 year old teenage girls average 114.9 lbs1 The tables below show the distribution of weight by percentile of the 15 year year old population.

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At 15 years old, teenagers continue to mature physically and emotionally. On average, a 15-year-old weighs approximately 125 lbs for boys and 115 lbs for girls based on CDC growth charts1. During adolescence, there might be significant variations in weight among individuals due to differences in body composition and growth rates. It's crucial to promote body positivity and focus on overall health rather than just numbers on a scale, encouraging teenagers to make mindful choices about nutrition and exercise.

Body weight percentile table for 15 year old teenage boys

Percentile Weight
3rd 91.5 lbs
5th 94.8 lbs
10th 100.3 lbs
25th 110.7 lbs
50th 124.5 lbs
75th 141.5 lbs
90th 160.4 lbs
95th 173.8 lbs
97th 183.5 lbs

Body weight percentile table for 15 year old teenage girls

Percentile Weight
3rd 87.3 lbs
5th 89.9 lbs
10th 94.3 lbs
25th 102.9 lbs
50th 114.9 lbs
75th 131.1 lbs
90th 151.1 lbs
95th 167.2 lbs
97th 180 lbs

Source Citations

  1. Robert J. Kuczmarski Dr.P.H. et al., Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, U.S. Department of Health & Human Services 2000 CDC Growth Charts for the United States: Methods and Development
  2. American Academy of Pediatrics Is Your Child Overweight?

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