I would give him space for a week or so then send him a letter explaining how you feel and asking him to explain how he feels in what ever way he feels happiest.
Maybe just give him some time and space, and if he still doesn't come around, then you can write to him.
Hmm, well if you have romantic feelings for him, then you should maybe try to act on them. In any case, it might be good if you ask him if he has those feelings for you, and discuss them. But make sure you know how you feel towards him first. Otherwise it could be a bunch of mind games. If you ask him if he has feelings for you, and you are not sure about how you feel, then you might end up leading him on and hurting him.
Also you should sincerely ask your classmate to stop teasing, and if they don't, get some other friends to shut them up.
Well if you have no romantic feelings for him, it won't matter if he has a crush on you unless he mans up and reveals his feelings. Then you can deal with it, and tell him honestly that you don't feel the same way. So I just say leave it be and let things run their course.
Oh I see, you're bent on getting him to tell you how he feels. Then you should just talk to him, and say you're sorry about everything and hope that he doesn't think you want to be more than friends.
It's an expression. Being bent on something means you are determined. I hope I have that right. You can look it up.
Well you can try to talk to him about it, but don't push it. If he doesn't feel comfortable talking about it, then pushing him to will only push him away. You can go up to him and tell him how you feel about things, tell him that you are sorry, and hope that you two can continue being friends. But it's up to him if he wants to tell you how he feels. That's all you can do, then the rest will be up to him.
Well pushing him to talk will not help him open up. He has already forgiven you, so in essence, there should be nothing to talk about. You can go back to acting as friends like you did before. If he's avoiding you, then just give him some time, and just be friendly and open to him so that he will start to feel comfortable around you again.
Who needs friends
Just leave it alone.
I mean, stop worrying about it. He'll get over it. He already accepted your apology so there's nothing else to do.