You were probably just a quivering mass of sexual stupidity in high school, but so was everyone else. For this reason, and for all the jokes anyone has ever made about hormones on family sitcoms, all films and shows about high school feature a character who, under other circumstances, would probably be a registered sex offender.
From the mostly tame advances of Xander on Buffy the Vampire Slayer to the obnoxious hepatitis dispensary that was Steve Stifler in American Pie, no high school story is complete if a decent percentage of it doesn't revolve around someone wanting to bone or someone always boning. Those are basically the two kinds of kids in high school in movies -- the sluts and the people who want to do them. Seth in Superbad actually mimes ass-licking while making a tiramisu; that kid has some preoccupation issues.
There's nothing wrong with having a sexually zealous character in a story about high school, of course. It's just that most films and TV shows push that limit beyond reasonable to "do I need to wear gloves when I touch you?" Judge Reinhold is so eager to wank in Fast Times at Ridgemont High he rubs one out on the toilet while he's dressed like a pirate. If I was having that vivid a fantasy about naked Phoebe Cates I'd probably do it on a fishing boat with my family present, but still, doesn't make it less indecent.
No movie really exemplifies the sexual misanthropy of high school better than American Pie, a film that features a teenage boy drinking semen-laced beer, another teenager f*****g a pie, and a kid who has to find a secret book buried in a public library to teach him how to properly stimulate Tara Reid.