8 best high school movies on Netflix

THE KISSING BOOTH 3 (2021) Jacob Elordi as Noah and Joey King as Elle. Cr: Marcos Cruz/NETFLIX
THE KISSING BOOTH 3 (2021) Jacob Elordi as Noah and Joey King as Elle. Cr: Marcos Cruz/NETFLIX /
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Jonah Hill  (Photo by Steve Brown/Photoshot/Getty Images)
Jonah Hill  (Photo by Steve Brown/Photoshot/Getty Images) /

Raunchy high school movies on Netflix

They are wrong on so many levels, but raunchy high school movies make us laugh!


Superbad is a film about two childhood friends Seth and Evan. Who are both high school seniors ready to head off to different colleges. The film follows them for one night as their goal is to score some booze and attend a party hosted by Jules and lose their virginity.

The whole movie follows the guys and their friends over the course of one night of hilarity. Events take place that no one could imagine, and of course, they always manage to wiggle their way out of impossible situations.

Jonah Hill and Michael Cera’s paring as Seth and Evan respectively was genius casting as the two have great chemistry. Bill Hader and Seth Rogen play Officer Slater and Officer Michaels, which again is brilliant casting. Add in Emma Stone, Christopher Mintz-Plasse, Dave Franco, Clark Duke, Danny McBride and you have a party.

It is a hilarious film that is a lot of fun.

Not Another Teen Movie

The film Not Another Teen Movie is a parody that is exactly that. This film takes its plot from the other teen titles: She’s All That, Varsity Blues, 10 Things I Hate About You, Can’t Hardly Wait and Pretty in Pink. Throughout the film, you will see nods to many other ’80s and ’90s teen movies as well.

At John Hughes High in Southern California, the typical stereotypes of high school students are on display, such as the cheerleader with her slacker football-playing boyfriend. His best friend dares him to make the rebel girl into the prom queen. The younger guy tries to catch his crush’s attention with a letter. There is a dance-off. You get the picture.

This film stars Chyler Leigh, Chris Evans, Jaime Pressly, Deon Richmond, Samm Levine, Randy Quaid and Josh Radnor. With special appearances from ’80s and ’90s teen movie actors Molly Ringwald, Mr. T, Kyle Cease, Melissa Joan Hart, Lyman Ward, Paul Gleason, Sean Patrick Thomas and Good Charlotte, who played at the prom.

Another fun movie to make you laugh.