Somehow movie high schools never seem to match up with real life — and I'm not just talking about a bunch of 30-year-olds pretending to be 16.
Movie high schools always seem to conveniently have everything a film's character (or plot) might need — a big library perfect for detention, a packed gymnasium for that big basketball game, or maybe a giant open grass area perfect for a carnival.
And to some extent, they even become characters in and of themselves, such as the school where the characters of 1978's Grease live out their "teenage" lives.
Do you remember the name of that school?
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