What's better than Grease to help you remember the fun side of going to school? You may not be a complete addict to anything musical like I am, however, a good sing along won't hurt you AND Grease shows you that school isn't just about being in the classroom and doing the work.
I can't ignore what has to be described as the film of my childhood- school of rock! Dewey Finn (Jack Black) is the loveable, struggling musician who poses as a substitute teacher at an elementary school to earn some extra cash, When he realises the musical capability of his students, he decides to use them in a band which will perform at the upcoming Battle of the Bands.
This film may not be set in a school, but Jay, Neil, Simon and Will are a group of teenage friends who cause havoc on their lads holiday to Crete after they finish college together. The Inbetweeners Movie is undeniably a coming of age film that will make you laugh, cringe, squirm and wonder how on earth can four friends cause so much trouble?
High school is often fuelled by peer pressure- particularly for Olive Penderghast (Emma Stone). When Olive feels pressured to lie about losing her virginity to her classmates, her flawless reputation is quickly destroyed and suddenly, she finds herself in a web of lies to say she has slept with guys at her school when in reality, this isn't the case.
I know that I have put a picture of Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, but that is just my personal favourite and any Harry Potter Film will fit as a feel good back to school film.
An 80's hit but nevertheless, a classic back to school film that we cannot ignore. Marty McFly (Michael J Fox) is an average teenager, but when he is accidentally sent back in time from 1985 to 1955, he soon changes history and must repair the damage that he has done so that he can return back to the 1985 he comes from.
Your welcome for the eye candy everyone, but I have not just chosen this film because of Zac Efron. 17 Again is the perfect film to remind us of the awkward teenage moments and how we really should make the most of our school days.
Showing the difference of life in the swinging sixties, Hairspray follows Tracy Turnblad, a teenager with a passion for performing who pursues a career on The Corny Collins show, as well as actively standing against the racial segregation at the time.
Acting as one of the world's most quotable films ('Four for you Glenn Coco. You go Glen Coco!' 'Boo, you whore!' etc.) Mean Girls is THE film to watch on a girls night in and shows us just how mean the world of teenage girls can be.
Another Michael J Fox film but hey- what's not to love about him?! In Teen Wolf, he plays Scot Howard, a high school student who is very different to his peers- particularly when there is a full moon!