Gotta Work This Out: East High from 'High School Musical' Is Literally Destroyed After Flash Flood


Oh no! The school from High School Musical that we all know and love as East High has suffered from a flash flood. The real-life school in Utah is literally destroyed after the incident, and it's breaking our hearts.

According to High School Musical star KayCee Stroh, the school has already suffered millions of dollars in damages. The gym where "Getcha Head in the Game" took place and the cafeteria known best for "Stick to the Status Quo" are now filled with water, and crews are desperately attempting to save the school from even more destruction. The pictures will seriously bring a tear to your eye, as the iconic school is definitely in pretty bad condition.


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