High School High is a 1996 American comedy film about an inner-city high school in the Los Angeles, California area, starring Jon Lovitz, Tia Carrere, Mekhi Phifer, Louise Fletcher, Malinda Williams, and Brian Hooks. It is a spoof of movies concerning idealistic teachers being confronted with a class of cynical teenagers, disengaged by conventional schooling, and loosely parodies The Principal, Dangerous Minds, Lean on Me, The Substitute, Stand and Deliver, and Grease. The film dedicated to the memory of casting director Elizabeth Leustig and actor Lexie Bigham, both of whom were killed in automobile accidents shortly after filming was completed. (Wikipedia)
As for films, 1991’s Showdown in Little Tokyo looks like a lot of fun indeed. I am looking forward to seeing that one.