'Clueless' ... 'Napoleon Dynamite' ... 'Heathers' ... find out where they rank on our list.

In 'Fired Up,' Eric Christian Olsen and Nicholas D'Agosto play football stars who spend the summer at cheer camp. Ah, it reminds us of our own high school years, when we brought down the house at our talent show, paid the popular girl to date us, spent Saturday at detention, comandeered a parade float ... oh wait, none of that happened to us. But it did happen in our favorite high school movies.

We can't send you to cheer camp, but are you ready to go back to school? Sit up straight, spit out your gum, and check out our top 25 high school movies of all time. There may be a quiz.
Carrie
R1976
In Theaters on November 3rd, 1976

A telekinetic social misfit (Sissy Spacek) wreaks havoc at the prom. Read More

The Breakfast Club
R1985
Based on 11 critics

A teen wrestler (Emilio Estevez), rebel (Judd Nelson), brain, beauty (Molly Ringwald) and shy girl. Read More

Fast Times at Ridgemont High
R1982
Based on 13 critics

Teens (Sean Penn, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Judge Reinhold) date, dream, party and aggravate teachers. Read More

Clueless
PG-131995
Based on 18 critics

A Beverly Hills teen (Alicia Silverstone) strives to make a difference. Read More

The Girl Next Door
R2004
Based on 32 critics

A teen (Emile Hirsch) falls for a woman (Elisha Cuthbert) who used to be a porn star. Read More

Mean Girls
PG-132004
Based on 39 critics

A teen (Lindsay Lohan) becomes friends with three cruel schoolmates. Read More

Friday Night Lights
PG-132004
Based on 35 critics

A high-school football coach in Odessa, Texas, tries to lead his players to the state championship. Read More

January 20, 2017
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Napoleon Dynamite
PG2004
Based on 36 critics

A gawky teen (Jon Heder) helps a friend run for class president. Read More

Brick
R2005
Based on 34 critics

A teenage loner (Joseph Gordon-Levitt) investigates his ex-girlfriend's death. Read More

Heathers
R1989
Based on 19 critics

Quirky teen lovers (Winona Ryder, Christian Slater) topple trio of too-cool Heathers. Read More

Can't Buy Me Love
PG-131987
In Theaters on August 14th, 1987

Teen (Patrick Dempsey) pays cool girl (Amanda Peterson) to be his for a month. Read More

Superbad
R2007
Based on 36 critics

Co-dependent teens (Jonah Hill, Michael Cera) hope to score booze and babes at a party. Read More

Stand and Deliver
PG1988
In Theaters on March 11th, 1988

L.A. teacher Jaime Escalante (Edward James Olmos) leads lowly class into calculus. Read More

Ferris Bueller's Day Off
PG-131986
Based on 13 critics

A teen (Matthew Broderick) plays hooky in Chicago with friends (Alan Ruck, Mia Sara). Read More

Footloose
PG1984
In Theaters on February 17th, 1984

Hip teen (Kevin Bacon) moves to corn town where pastor (John Lithgow) taboos dancing. Read More

Dead Poets Society
PG1989
Based on 14 critics

A prep-school teacher (Robin Williams) in 1959 New England rouses seven of his students with poetry. Read More

Sixteen Candles
PG1984
Based on 11 critics

Girl (Molly Ringwald) turning 16 likes another girl's guy (Michael Schoeffling). Read More

January 17, 2017
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Rushmore
R1998
Based on 31 critics

A teenager (Jason Schwartzman) and a jaded tycoon (Bill Murray) vie for a teacher's affections. Read More

Pretty In Pink
PG-131986
Based on 12 critics

Rich teen (Andrew McCarthy) asks an unpopular one (Molly Ringwald) to senior prom. Read More

Election
R1999
Based on 33 critics

An overachiever (Reese Witherspoon) runs for class president. Read More

American Pie
R1999
Based on 30 critics

Four teenagers nearing graduation make a pact to lose their virginity by prom night. Read More

Dazed and Confused
R1993
Based on 18 critics

Teens waste another day of school before getting down to wasting summer in 1976 Austin, Texas. Read More

January 31, 2017
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Grease
PG1978
Based on 15 critics

1950s good girl (Olivia Newton-John) and greaser (John Travolta) try to be like each other. Read More