High School Musical's Real-Life East High Was Destroyed in a Flash Flood

High School Musical's Real-Life East High Was Destroyed in a Flash Flood

The real-life Wildcats are in dire straits this week, as the high school where the iconic Disney Channel Original movie High School Musical was filmed has been flooded.

On Wednesday, July 26, a flash flood in Salt Lake City damaged homes and schools, including the beloved East High School, Seventeen reports.

High School Musical actress KayCee Stroh broke the news on Instagram to her followers.

“Sad day at East High today,” she wrote, “A rain storm has triggered a flash flood. 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.”

We hope they do everything they can to preserve both the basketball court where Troy (Zac Efron) grappled with picking between singing and basketball and the cafeteria where Sharpay (Ashley Tisdale) silenced the entire room in song.

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???? Such a bummer!!! #HSM #wildcats #easthighschool

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