Parents' Guide to

High School

By Diondra K. Brown, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 15+

Angsty teen drama based on musicians' memoir has drugs, sex.

TV Freevee Drama 2022
High School TV show: poster.

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This show is an instant winner for all fans of Sara and Tegan Quin. High School tells the origin story of two women who would go on to become famous acclaimed indie pop singers and LGBTQ+ role models. Their raw and honest struggles are on full display and serve as lessons for a teen and young adult audience. While twins are often seen as being a cohesive unit, High School challenges that thought -- viewers see the often opposing accounts of life events, from each sister's point of view. Those who enjoy watching the show, even those who have no prior knowledge of the Quin sisters, will likely want to read their autobiography or stream their music.

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