The Most Memorable High School Movies

Don’t high school movies just bring you back in time? The nostalgia is epic, the laughs are hysterical, and the drama is for the books. Rewatching them later in life gives you a unique perspective on teen situations. That’s why we came up with a list of some of the most memorable high school movies of all time. Check out what we found below and start planning your movie night!

Bring It On (2000)

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Kirsten Dunst is amazing in this iconic teen drama. As cheer team captain, her character learns and teaches choreography left and right. But while competing, she finds out that a former captain stole her team’s routines. What will she do? You have to watch (or rewatch) to find out. Watch now on Apple TV.

Mean Girls (2004)

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Watch as Lindsay Lohan, Rachel McAdams, Tina Fey, and many other fantastic actresses parade the screen in hilarious, drama-filled scenarios. The queen bee turns into the person no one wants to be around, while the geek in the group becomes the most popular person in school. But what does she have to do to get there? Watch now on Paramount+.

High School Musical (2006)

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Bring forward a popular jock and a pretty nerd, and what do you get? Handsome Zac Efron falls head over heels for the beautiful Vanessa Hudgens. Just beware, you’ll have a few of those songs stuck in your head once the film is over. Watch now on Disney+.

10 Things I Hate About You (1999)

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Calling all Heath Ledger fanatics. This amazing Shakespeare-inspired film is beautifully written and directed. Watch as two teens’ hatred for one another sparks a love interest like no other and a bond that’ll last forever. Watch now on Amazon Prime.

Easy A (2010)

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Emma Stone, you’ve done it again. In this reimagined take on The Scarlet Letter, Stone’s character is labeled the “easy” girl. All it took was one rumor that she slept with a college guy, and now everyone wants to say they had sex with her. Will this end in comedy or tragedy? Watch now on Hulu.

She’s the Man (2006)

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In another Shakespeare-inspired teen movie, Viola is a talented soccer player who can’t play the game she loves because her school cut the girls’ team. Her twin brother, Sebastian, ditches school to tour with his band. What does Viola do? She tries out for the soccer team at her brother’s school, pretending to be him. What could go wrong? Watch now on YouTube.

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