A minor we won't identify said things haven't changed since our original story aired telling of her constant assault at Malvern High.
"They're making it sound like I'm in trouble," she told Fox 16. "The girls are the ones getting punished for it."
Her story is turning out to not be an isolated incident.
More girls are coming forward backing up claims of what they describe as wide-spread sexual assault at their school
A guy will just randomly walk up to you and start grabbing on you," said the other female student. "They'll just start touching you trying to put their hands down your pants and shirt."
This student said she feels a sort of responsibility to come forward.
"I'm going to be a senior next year and watching little kids get it done to them because we didn't say anything about it?" she said. "It'll just keep happening."
These girls said it's sad to think they've waited this long to come forward simply because they had grown accustomed to the other student's behavior.
"Seeing it all the time and not thinking it was a big deal because it happened so much," said the students. "Us girls we don't go grab them touch them, so why can they do it to us?"
Both said the school wrote out a "no contact contract" for the boys that detailed any future inappropriate touching or exchange would mean a suspension. It's something the girls said has yet to help.