Dating a girl that goes to another school
The Plastics plan their revenge, but Cady uses her jungle-environment home-schooling to get the last laugh.
Also stars Tina Fey as the hot but socially awkward teacher, Ms. Glenn Holland is a musician and composer who takes a teaching job to pay the rent while, in his ‘spare time’, he can strive to achieve his true goal – compose one memorable piece of music to leave his mark on the world.
An excellent girl-clique companion to Heathers, and actually better in many people’s opinions. Cady is the new redhead that falls in with The Plastics, an A-list clique of supermodel-esque blondes.
She then proceeds to fall for the ex-boyfriend of head-Plastic Regina (the wonderful Rachel Mc Adams).
As Holland discovers ‘Life is what happens to you while you’re busy making other plans’ and as the years unfold the joy of sharing his contagious passion for music with his students becomes his new definition of success.
Tracy Flick is the most driven student at Carver High, who just happens to be having an affair with one of her teachers. Mc Allister–is having an affair with his wife’s best friend. Mc Allister persuades football jock Paul to run against Flick for his own pleasure. A snobbish group of girls named Heather (including Shannon Doherty) allow a new girl, Veronica (Winona Ryder) to join.
Here he hopes to find the love he doesn’t get from his middle-class family.Since we are currently in the middle of the school year, it seemed a good time for a list of top movies about High School.For criteria, I tried to focus on movies set in or on the school grounds and classrooms, about High School life, including cliques and bullies, and involving the teachers (when possible).Add all this to a pair of horrendously embarrassing grandparents, a foreign exchange student named Long Duc Dong, and we have the makings of a hilarious journey into young womanhood. Sissy Spacek is a social outcast with a domineering and over-protective mother (a psychotic Piper Laurie).A great high school fish-out-of-water story, as Marty (Michael J Fox) is accidentally sent back to 1955 and deals with his parents at school while he tries to get back to his own time without disrupting their budding romance. A much younger Matthew Broderick decides to take the day off school, roping in his girlfriend and his reluctant hypochondriac buddy, which angers his sister (Dirty Dancing’s Jennifer Grey) and principal (Jeffrey Jones in a role made even creepier by his latest news), who spends all day trying to catch him. The school kids decide to humiliate her during the big dance.