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That Suite Life Of Zack And Cody reunion filled our hearts with so much joy, and another get together we hoped we’d see was a Troy+Gabriella and co. reunion back at East High School. But it doesn’t look like any Wildcats will be able to make their way back to the school—at least for now.
The real East High from the High School Musical series was damaged in a flash flood—yes, even that iconic lunch room.
See the photos below!
Last Wednesday, heavy rain Salt Lake City triggered a flash flood that damaged homes and schools—including the iconic East High School, KETV in Omaha reports.
High School Musical alum Martha Cox shared photos of the damaged school. (And we can only be reminded of that “Stick To The Status Quo” moment from the original film.)
Sad day at East High today ��A rain storm has triggered a flash flood and it is estimated that they have 2-3 million dollars in damage already! Basement is completely flooded, here is the cafeteria and they are trying to save the famous basketball court as we speak! Fingers crossed for our iconic #easthighschool #wildcats #hsm
Not to mention the gym—and that iconic “We’re All In This Together” scene.
While there is no word on if or how the school will attempt to repair the iconic spaces (Stroh said there is estimated $2-3 million in damage), our fingers are crossed—we’d still love to see that HSM reunion happen, and clearly we’re not the only ones.
perfect opportunity for hsm4, the gang reunite to put on a fundraiser musical to rebuild and save east high https://t.co/HKKaIkCOxx
— em (@spideyyparkerr) August 2, 2017
My life is over pic.twitter.com/RO1BkgdidC
— carly (@Sweetlikegwande) August 2, 2017
when is the memorial service?? I will be in attendance.
— leslie (@Leslie_white00) August 2, 2017
east high high school from high school musical flooded. my childhood�� pic.twitter.com/kaJ5hyKbo0
— Disney Throwbacks (@disneythrowbck) August 3, 2017
Relive the memories by watching “We're All In This Together,” a forever fan favorite:
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