Most males have reached their full height by age 16, but their muscles still grow. Much of the height increase comes from a growth spurt between ages 12 and 16. During this period, boys often add as many as 12 inches. Th... More »

Most men stop growing taller at about age 16, according to KidsHealth.org. Even if they do not grow taller after that age, their muscles usually continue to develop. More »

According to KidsHealth, most males stop growing taller around age 16. However, their muscles are still developing. The heights of boys increase rapidly between the ages of 12 and 15. The fastest growth period typically ... More »

Both males and females stop growing in height at the end of puberty. Girls or young women can reach their final adult heights when they are between the ages of 14 and 15. Girls also go through a major growth spurt betwee... More »

In the United States, the average height for a man, which includes men aged 20 years and older, is just over 69 inches, which translates to 5 feet 9 inches. Women, in contrast, have an average height of 5 feet 4 inches. ... More »

The average height for a 14-year-old boy is 64.5 inches, while for a girl the same age, it is 62.5 inches. The height disparity increases as the children become young adults; 20-year-old males average 69.7 inches in heig... More »

On average, girls reach their final adult height and stop growing by age 14 or 15, though this figure skews either younger or older depending on when puberty begins. Most girls experience a growth spurt between ages 10 t... More »