I think most people read three Shakespeare plays in highschool? We read the two you read and Macbeth, and I think that's a common trio. I guess it's all tragedies for the kids. Weirdly, R&J and Ceaser are two of the least conventional tragedies.
Didn't you read Titus Andronicus? I know we've talked about it. Or did you just watch the movie?
Of the plays you read in school, the big ones you missed were A Midsummer Night's Dream (his most performed play, at least nowadays), Much Ado About Nothing, Macbeth, The Tempest, Henry V, and Richard III. Measure for Measure and Troilus and Cressida are the deep cuts.