Argh, girls are painful.
I'd date almost any girl at my school. One of the handful of the ones I wouldn't might like me. The worst part is she's known to take stuff to seriously (I'm talking self-inflicted pain over school assignments) so I don't know what I'd do if she was hitting on me.
Also, I'm too awkward and shy to ask any girls out .I'm not afraid of talking to most of them though.
Anyway, there's this girl, I keep pretending she likes me, taking every glance at me as a stolen stare. Hey, she might like me, but I'm not trusting myself.
Most painful girl thing, though. There was this girl in second grade was COMPLETELY head over heels for me. She hung out with me a lot and would make super-awkward physical contact. But I never realized it. It sucks, I'm sure she's hot now too.
Until you are mature enough to at least single your interests down to a single girl, I suggest not dating. Even with my different interests over time, I have always made a point to like one person, to like more than is simply wrong and irrational. You cannot possibly like multiple girls, go out with any one of them, and have a successful relationship. Besides, it's not really about who you will or will not go out with, it's not a check list.
Never go out with a girl that isn't a friend first, because otherwise the whole relationship will end up physical, which is never worth it in the end. So, before you ask a girl out, or even consider it, take a month to at least hang out with her and become acquainted without emotional attachment.
Also: Girls in second grade do not know what love is, nor boy for that matter. Odds are she completely forgot about a crush that never went anywhere in second grade, and if not, she will soon. Being heads over heels is something you can not even fathom- nor she, I guarantee, at this point in your life.