Most boys stop growing taller by age 16, although muscle development continues into their late teen years. When boys stop growing, it signals the end of puberty. The growth plates close at this time. More »

Boys stop growing at the end of puberty, which tends to be around age 16 for most boys. Growth stops when the growth plates of the bones fuse, which is triggered by hormonal changes at the end of puberty. More »

People stop growing taller when puberty is completed and the growth plates fuse together. Boys usually finish growing by age 16, while girls finish growing at age 14 or 15. There are exceptions who stop growing at earlie... More »

Boys stop growing at the end of puberty, which tends to be around age 16 for most boys. Growth stops when the growth plates of the bones fuse, which is triggered by hormonal changes at the end of puberty. More »

The age at which people grow armpit hair varies, but for boys it is often between the ages of nine and 14. Girls typically begin to grow this hair between eight and 13 years of age. More »

According to the BBC, boys grow taller than girls due to the growth spurt delay boys experience during puberty, adding two more years of childhood growth. Additionally, boys grow at a faster rate during this growth spurt... More »

Girls typically stop growing by the age of 15, while boys continue to grow until they are about 16, according to KidsHealth. After menstruation begins for girls, they generally grow 1 or 2 inches more. Boys reach a growt... More »