The 10 Best High School Movies of All Time

The school time, it was the best time ever in our lives and won’t come again, we have lots of sweet and memorable things we won’t ever forget about. We had a lot of friends that were close to us and some were who used to tease us. So, whether you’re “old enough…to party” like McLovin’ from Superbad or “a virgin who can’t drive” like Tai in Clueless, you’ll want to relive your glory (or nightmarish) days with these 10 iconic high school movies. When you will watch you feel much better.

Best High School Movies To Watch

BOOKSMART
BOOKSMART

1. BOOKSMART

After years to being together in school, with success and failure in school life and having memories of school parties and celebrations, Amy (Kaitlyn Dever) and Molly (Beanie Feldstein) are deciding what to do in the future, At last, high jinks follow that their booksmarts can’t spare them from. It might be a newcomer to the secondary school film corridor of distinction, yet this Olivia Wilde-coordinated film certainly measures up in our book.



FAST TIMES AT RIDGEMONT HIGH
FAST TIMES AT RIDGEMONT HIGH

2. FAST TIMES AT RIDGEMONT HIGH

Calling all Spicoli’s and Stacys! Fast Times at Ridgemont High has been the zenith of high school sex, medications and Jammin since it hit theatres in 1983. Only an admonition: You might not have any desire to watch this with your real high schooler, in case they get any thoughts.

MEAN GIRLS
MEAN GIRLS

3. MEAN GIRLS

You may be a cool mom (not a regular mom) presently, yet this teenager parody composed by Tina Fey will make you feel all the cringey secondary school feels and advise you that, truly, margarine is a carb, in their universe, at least.

CLUELESS
CLUELESS

4. CLUELESS

Quite a long time ago in Beverly Hills, mobile phones were a curiosity, skater brothers were total “as if” and Cher (Alicia Silverstone) was just a benevolent rich young lady attempting to help support the new young lady’s popularity. In the event that solitary that spinning wardrobe was real…



BRING IT ON
BRING IT ON

5. BRING IT ON

As much as we wish high school was a “cheer-ocracy,” it’s unquestionably to a greater degree a “cheer-tatorship” in Bring It On. At the point when the Toros discover previous head cheerleader Big Red (Lindsay Sloane) stole the entirety of their cheers from the Clovers, it gets somewhat cold in the air of Rancho Carne High School (sorry, had to).

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EASY A
EASY A

6. EASY A

A riff on The Scarlet Letter, Easy A stars Emma Stone as an entrepreneurial secondary school understudy who utilizes the gossip plant to support her companion and make some money simultaneously. In any case, things inevitably get way crazy, as they do when teenagers and hormones are included.

ELECTION
ELECTION

7. ELECTION

Before there was Big Little LiesMadeline Martha Mackenzie, there was Tracy Fleck and she remains determined to-win demeanour. At the point when a secondary teacher confuses her political decision for school president with “rules,” she makes it her own strategic his life a horrendous experience, all while wearing a big grin.



THE HEATHERS
THE HEATHERS

8. THE HEATHERS

With an end goal to escape her vain secondary school click, which is genuinely upsetting her notoriety for being a good-young lady, Veronica concocts a diabolical plan to kill the cool kids. Winona Ryder (Veronica) and Christian Slater (J.D.) star is this dark ’80s comedy.

CARRIE
CARRIE

9. CARRIE

At the point when a loner named Carrie White (Sissy Spacek) at long last contacts her limit subsequent to being threatened by the well-known children, she utilizes her supernatural forces to unleash ruin and cause her schoolmates to feel as terrible as she does. Indeed, it’s not the most cheery high schooler film there is, however it’s an unequivocal great.

TO ALL THE BOYS I’VE LOVED BEFORE
TO ALL THE BOYS I’VE LOVED BEFORE





10. TO ALL THE BOYS I’VE LOVED BEFORE

Lara Jean (Lana Condor) has composed a letter to each kid she’s really liked in her short life. Be that as it may, when her more youthful sister, Kitty (Anna Cathcart), chooses she needs to escape the house somewhat more, she releases the letters and Lara Jean discovers her adoration life in shambles… until a surprising perk named Peter (Noah Centineo) leaves it.