Oh, if only real love like Bella and Edward's could be found in high schools hallways, and friendships could turn to something more with a perfect kiss like Lizzie and Gordo's.

From "High School Musical" to Nicholas Sparks classics like "The Notebook," we love watching these fictional teenage couples hold hands by their lockers and enjoy summer romances when class isn’t in session. Click the slideshow below for 12 adorable high school couples from teen movies!

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  • Julie and R

    Zombies may be biologically heartless, but they're not necessarily incapable of feeling love. Julie and R's relationship in newly released "Warm Bodies" -- in theaters starting February 1 -- proves love overcomes all, even a zombie's most natural temptation to eat human flesh and come back from the dead.

  • Katniss and Peeta

    While Katniss and Peeta aren't technically in high school, they would be if they weren't chosen to participate in the Hunger Games. Their legitimacy as a couple is lacking, but who knows what this fake romance has the potential to blossom into?

  • Bella and Edward in "Twilight"

    Even though Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson have had their share of couple troubles, their characters Bella and Edward are proof that true love can prevail through anything – even vampires and werewolves.

  • Ron and Hermione in "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows"

    For once, Harry Potter isn’t the center of attention in this plot. Viewers watched the “will they or won’t they” story line that is Ron Weasley and Hermione Granger’s relationship play out until their first kiss took place in the 7th movie.

  • Juno and Paulie Bleeker in "Juno"

    The “it” couple from this indie flick is responsible for coining one of the most popular lines about love from a teen, “As far as boyfriends go, Paulie Bleeker is a total boss.” Juno and Paulie manage to make their relationship work, despite balancing the struggles of teen pregnancy, adoption, and track practices.

  • Troy and Gabriella in "High School Musical"

    In a classic Romeo and Juliet type love story, these two unlikely characters from different cliques overcome outside pressures and refuse to “stick to the status quo.” It’s also hard not to love Troy and Gabriella together when we know that Zac Efron and Vanessa Hudgens Hudgens also gave love a chance in real life.

  • Lizzie and Gordo in "The Lizzie McGuire Movie"

    After 94 minutes -- and 2 seasons -- of being tormented over the undecided fate of one of television’s best friendships, Lizzie and Gordo put Lizzie’s Italian boyfriend behind them and share a kiss to conclude The Lizzie McGuire movie.

  • Olive and Todd in "Easy A"

    Olive and Todd in “Easy A” show us that without even realizing, sometimes everything you could ever want in a person is standing right in front of you. The duo’s friendship makes for a great foundation once Todd finally asks Olive out on date.

  • Ronnie and Will in "The Last Song"

    Ronnie and Will didn’t exactly get off to the best start, but Miley Cyrus’s character eventually loses her snarky edge and lets down her walls in her love life.

  • Noah and Allie in "The Notebook"

    No other love story will ever compare to Allie and Noah’s in Nicholas Spark’s classic book-turned-film “The Notebook.” Their inevitable union will undoubtedly make anyone believe in love, fate, and happiness.

  • John and Savannah in "Dear John"

    We don’t blame “Dear John’s” protagonist Savannah for falling in love with solider John Tyree, especially since his character is played by Channing Tatum. The two may not end up happily ever after, but it’s clear their connection is ever-lasting.

  • Logan and Beth in "The Lucky One"

    Once again, a Nicholas Sparks book that gets turned into a film features characters that steal our hearts show us the best possibilities of love. Logan –played by the one and only Zach Efron — and Beth find themselves by discovering happiness with each other.