I started lifting at 14 in 8th grade. Didn't really know what the hell I was doing, but I still made some awesome gains on a full body program three times a week. I started out benching 95 lbs. I didn't really know how to squat or deadlift, so I didn't.
Then, my freshman year of high school, I started out with a 170 lb. bench and a 265 squat at 145 lbs. I followed Wendler's 5/3/1 and got my bench up to 235, my squat up to 330 (they were half squats, still didn't really know what I was doing) and my deadlift up to 365 (with shitty form).
My sophomore year, I had a bad back injury, so that set me back and kept me out of the weight room. I learned how to squat and deadlift the right way and became way stronger than I ever could've imagined. I ended up benching 275, squatting 385 and deadlifting 425 by following WS4SB.
Now, I'm in my junior year of high school, 17 y/o, and weighing 185 at 5'7". I can't go back to squatting and deadlifting for another three weeks because of a broken leg, but once I'm back I have big plans. I plan to bench 350, squat 475, and deadlift 500 or more. I'll be following a full-blown westside template, so I'm hoping by eating like a hog and following my program to the T, I can become strong(er).
As for you, just keep doing what you're doing. Eat, run the prowler, and lift. Do those three things, and you'll achieve strength in no time. Best of luck to you.