A high school valedictorian who gets baked with the local stoner finds himself the subject of a drug test. Smoking makes most everything funny, and many will have a go-to selection of movies that pair especially well with pot.The situation causes him to concoct an ambitious plan to get his entire graduating class to face the same fate, and fail. It's surprising, then, that movies about weed don't automatically fit into that category.

Follow IMDb on Facebook A random drug test coincides with a high school valedictorian's first hit of pot.

Fortunately, High School straddles the divide between "stoner movie" and "movie to watch while stoned", because it's very, very funny.

The plot is a lean, generic high school story - Henry (Matt Bush) is the straight-A valedictorian, tempted astray just before graduation by stoner and one-time friend Travis (Sean Marquette) after a chance accident lands them in detention.

Henry tries pot for the first time, just as Principal Gordon (Michael Chiklis) is about to call for a school-wide drug test after a spelling bee incident embarrasses his school's good name.

Henry and Travis plan to foil the drug test by getting the whole school high on drug savant Psycho Ed's (Adrian Brody) ultra-potent supply.

The setup is goofy but handled lightly and with a relatively straight face, which already distinguishes the movie from pure stoner material like How High or Cheech and Chong.The laughs come early and often, not relying too much on stoner tropes (although they're around if you want 'em) or character mugging, but on good, old-fashioned gags.The pace is a little uneven, perhaps because the script runs very tight around the speedy storyline, but the comedy is not.Edotek is a scientific consultancy which provides technical assistance to industry and other agencies helping them to solve problems in the areas of chemistry and materials technology.This might be in connection with research & development activities, manufacturing and production or ‘in-service’ situations.Edotek has been engaged on tasks which may have taken anything from half a day or up to 3 years to complete!