High School Musical: The Junior Novel by N.B. GraceThis is a story about two teenage couple in pursueing their dreams.As for me,I do like it as my friends had recommended me this book.It first took place in New Years Eve,at the freestyle club.Until Troy met Gabriella,his big dream was to win the basketball championship.But ever since they sang together on New Years Eve,Troy cant get his mind off trying out for the lead role in the school musical-with Gabriella as his partner!Gabriella is struggling,too.The Scholastic Decathlon team could really use her help,but it would be fun to sing with Troy again.All their friends sayits s bad idea and that Troy and Gabriella should stick to the status quo.In their hearts,they know theyve got the talent to play the lead roles in the musical,so why is everyone standing in their ways?Will they follow their dreams of being on the stage?Or will they have to give it all up so that they can lead their teams to victory?want to know? go find out.
Sign in. No host? No problem. Watch funny moments, inspiring speeches, and more highlights from the Emmy Awards. Watch now. School's out for summer and the East High Wildcats are ready to make it the time of their lives after landing jobs in a wealthy country club owned by Sharpay and Ryan's family.
But amazingly, something like it must have actually happened when producer Don Schain approached the Disney brass with the idea for High School Musical.
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Common Sense says
Recently a nascent creed has stolen the hearts and minds of thousands of young Americans. Its key tenets include the idea that everyone gets along really well in high school, and thus that being a teenager is super fun. What began as a mere made-for-television movie on the Disney Channel, yet has grown quickly into an international phenomenon both commercial and spiritual, at least for tweenage youngsters mostly girls. DVDs, CDs, T-shirts, memorabilia and a spinoff concert tour have provided ardent adherents with the relics, icons and apostolic encounters necessary for proper devotion. Now the flock anxiously awaits the coming of a second revelation. As a chronicler of the theatrical theology, journalistic duty required that I be in attendance.