Ouran Koukou Host Club, Baka to Test to Shoukanjuu Recommendations
These series have the same brand of humor behind them. If you like gay jokes, cheerful school settings, and light romance, both of these series fit the bill. They're both on Netflix too.
Both are ridiculous, over-the-top action packed school-life romantic comedies with a lot of charm and great characters. Baka and Test, at least the anime, is also MUCH more female friendly than most school-life romantic comedies (save for series that are actually tagged as shoujo) as it has a lot of allusions to shoujo manga and anime (CLAMP references, yaoi implications, etc). They both take place at fancy academies and have an air of lavishness about them, although you don't get to see the lavish side nearly as much in Baka and Test because we follow Class F.
Both of them are funny examples of strange school life, with romance, craziness, and just children running wild. They also play a lot on the idea of stereotypes and how sometimes you can judge them and sometimes you can't. Sometimes the idiot can be the most charming.
3 words. OVER EXAGGERATED COMEDY! This is my favourite type of comedy and I love how the characters in both animes make the simplest issue that usually won't effect your daily life into something over exaggerated and turn it into a very funny scene. If you like gay jokes ,stupid jokes , baka characters then those are definetly here. There hasn't been a dull moment in these series and they easily fit in my Top 5 Comedy animes of all time. So if you like Ouran definetly check Baka to Test to Shoukanjuu! Same goes the other way around.
These two are both funny, tug-on-your-heartstrings shows with oddly intriguing main characters. Baka and Test, in my opinion, is the more funny of the two but both have mild love triangles, crazy hijinks, cute characters and a plot that just somehow fits.
Ouran High School Host Club leans more of the deeper side while maintaining its lighthearted nature. One would likely assume from the name that Baka and Test would be a blatantly stupid-comedy. However you would end up pleasantly surprised with a show based more on witty comedy and overall, friendship.
It involves a really similar style of crazy humor, similar characters, the theme of an oblivious person with people falling for them, several of the same voice actors, and a fun plot line just like B&T, so you should definitely check it out.