Parents need to know that Honor Society is a teen film about high school students willing to do just about anything to get into the best college. This includes leading people on sexually and emotionally, scheming to change their lives, and slipping drugs ("roofies") to others. The main character has a very cynical view of her school and town, considering herself better than those around her, including her parents, classmates, and teachers. She's forced to learn the value of talent, effort, humility, and genuine friendship. There's no sexual activity in the film beyond kissing, but there's a lot of sex talk and innuendo, including discussion of people "screwing," sending provocative pictures, lingerie, body parts, colloquialisms for oral sex and masturbation, and porn. A teacher comes on to a female student, hinting that he would trade an academic favor for a sexual one. She lets him believe she's willing, and she also tries to seduce a fellow student. Language includes "f--k," "s--t," "bulls--t," variations on "ass" and "hell," "bitch," "bastards," "c--k," "penis," "balls," "boobs," "loser," and "stupid."