19 Movies About Private Schools That You Should Watching Update 07/2022

Movies About Private Schools

In the top of the page, there is a list of upcoming films for 2021, a synopsis of the plot, and trailers for previously released films.

1. A Warrior’s Heart (2011)

A Warrior's Heart (2011)

Quick-tempered Conor, the son of a deceased military father, spirals out of control after learning of his father’s death in action. Old friends of his father challenge Conor to grow up A Kid Like Jake (2018)

Alex and Greg Wheeler have great aspirations for their four-year-old son Jake as the New York City kindergarten applications season approaches. For the benefit of Jake, the preschool director encourages the teachers to emphasize Jake’s gender-expansive behavior. There is a growing split between Alex and Greg as they try to figure out what’s best for Jake and for themselves as parents.

2. The Hate U Give (2018)

A 16-year-old girl named Starr, who grew up in a slum and now attends a prep school in the suburbs, was raised in poverty. Following her best friend’s fatal shooting by a police officer, she is split between her two worlds and unable to express her truth.

3. Cougars, Inc. (2011)

In order to pay for Sam’s tuition when he’s expelled from his old school, he and his buddies set up an escort service for mature ladies.

4. Molly Maxwell (2013)

Molly Maxwell (2013)

Break-dancing and graphic novel authoring are just two of the many electives available to students at Phoenix Progressive School. When Molly Maxwell enrolls in an independent study in photography with her gorgeous English teacher, Ben, she begins to feel out of place amidst the liberal pedagogy and burgeoning talent around her. When Ben and Molly’s connection goes beyond the darkroom, Ben’s profession is put in peril and Molly experiences her first love.

5. 3 Generations (2016)

The family of a youngster undergoing gender transition must come to terms with this new reality.

6. Rushmore (1998)

The arrival at a prep school of a stunning first-grade teacher captures the attention of an ambitious adolescent named Max, who falls in love with her immediately. For guidance on how to court the instructor, Max consults the fathers of two of his schoolmates. To complicate matters, the two friends are pitted against each other when Max’s new love interest gets entangled with her.

7. Cruel Intentions 2 (2000)

Cruel Intentions 2 (2000)

He has landed in New York City to live with his father and stepmother after he was kicked out of yet another exclusive private school for his precocious behavior. Sebastian, the charming and cunning stepbrother, may have met his match in Kathryn Merteuil, the equally charming and cunning stepsister.

8. Dead Poets Society (1989)

A passionate English teacher at an elite, old-fashioned boarding school in New England inspires his students to defy tradition and grasp every opportunity, risking the strict headmaster’s disapproval.

9. School’s Out Forever (2021)

Apocalyptic events strike shortly after 15-year-old Lee Keegan gets dismissed from his exclusive private school. Lee’s only option after the death of his father and the exile of his mother is to return to school. St. Mark’s School for Boys, on the other hand, has a security problem. A militia organized by the local parish council can’t be stopped by the school’s high walls, and his best friend is in danger in the dorms while his unrequited crush on the school nurse makes it difficult for him to focus on remaining alive.

10. Down a Dark Hall (2018)

a disturbed adolescent named Kit is sent to Blackwood School, where she discovers that only four other female students have been accepted to study the four pillars of knowledge under the watchful eye of Madame Duret, the enigmatic headmistress.

11. Holding the Man (2015)

Holding the Man (2015)

When they were in high school, Tim and John fell in love since it was an all-boys school. As the rugby team’s captain, John held a leadership position, whereas Tim was an aspiring actor who had a small role in Romeo and Juliet. The only problem that love can’t solve sought to ruin them after a 15-year romance that had weathered everything life had to offer – separations, discrimination, temptations, jealousies, and losses.

12. A Little Princess (1995)

In 1917, Sara Crewe’s father enlists in the British military and sends her to New York, where she attends the same boarding school her mother did. Miss Minchin, the school’s strict headmistress, rapidly clashes with Sara, attempting to restrict her inventiveness and self-worth.

13. Barracuda (2016)

In 1996, Melbourne was the capital of Australia. A new era in Australian swimming is dawning, and Danny Kelly, a 16-year-old with aspirations of winning an Olympic gold medal, has been awarded a scholarship to a prestigious boys’ school. At first, Danny finds it difficult to fit in at the exclusive private boys’ school he attends. Danny, on the other hand, is quickly on course to become Australia’s youngest swimming champion, the unstoppable ‘Barracuda,’ under the guidance of highly acclaimed coach Frank Torma.

14. Seal Team Six: The Raid on Osama Bin Laden (2012)

Osama bin Laden’s reported location is disclosed by the CIA, and a squad of seasoned Navy SEALs is put together for the operation of a lifetime. Although there is inconclusive proof that bin Laden is at the compound, the Pentagon orders the attack despite the likely consequences of an unexpected attack on Pakistani land. Finally, the SEAL Team comes together in a thrilling last fight to finish their mission of justice.

15. Article 15 (2019)

Article 15 (2019)

In the midst of a horrible incident, a young IPS officer is forced to confront caste discrepancies and hard truths. It is revealed that two of the three missing females from the imaginary village of Lalgaon were found dead, but no one knows what happened to the third one. To whom and where does this horrific crime belong?

16. Bodyguard (2016)

After protecting a politician from a suicide bomber, a government bodyguard begins to question his commitment to his duty.

17. Gunjan Saxena: The Kargil Girl (2020)

Gunjan Saxena The Kargil Girl (2020)

Inspired by the narrative of a young officer who, during the Kargil War of 1999, became the first Indian woman to fly in a combat zone for the Indian Air Force.

18. Pilla Zamindar (2011)

A wealthy zamindar’s (PJ’s) grandson, PJ (Nani). As PJ grows up, he becomes a careless young man who is pampered and lavished with money. In the event of his grandfather’s death, his grandfather has drawn up a will with a number of conditions. For his entire fortune, PJ must graduate as a common man without any luxury items in order to inherit it, according to the terms of his bequest. All of the rest of the novel is around how PJ grows as a person as he accomplishes his goal.

19. The Plague at the Karatas Village (2016)

The Plague at the Karatas Village (2016)

Karatas, a small, isolated town, has a new mayor. Over here, a bizarre sickness has taken hold. However, someone who has lived with it for a long time thinks it’s just a flu.