Sharpay Evans: Hey, Troy, when's the big game?
Gabriella Montez: I'm a lot better at saying goodbye than you.
Chad Danforth: So I guess when they hand us that diploma, we're actually done here.
Ms. Darbus: We'll call it, Senior Year!
Coach Jack Bolton: We've dug ourselves a hole, and the only way out is on each other's shoulders. No more X's and O's. Forget the scoreboard. Here's the number that means something... Sixteen minutes left in the game... the season... and for the seniors on this squad... sixteen minutes left in a Wildcats uniform.
Troy Bolton: [Troy and Chad have just finished pushing Troy's truck back to his house] I'm saving up for a new fuel pump.
Troy Bolton: East High is a place where teachers encouraged us to break the status quo and define ourselves as we choose. Where a jock can cook up a mean crème brulee, and a brainiac can break it down on the dance floor. It's a place where one person, if it's the right person, changes us all. East High is having friends we'll keep for the rest of our lives, and that means we really are 'all in this together'. Once a Wildcat, always a Wildcat !
Troy Bolton: [at graduation] "Once a Wildcat, Always a Wildcat!"
Gabriella Montez: [all sung] Troy!
Sharpay Evans: But... you were so loyal. And sweet.
Troy Bolton: My prom is wherever you are.
Taylor McKessie: Oh, honey. If that's what you call an invitation, you'll be dancing with yourself.
Troy Bolton: [to Ryan about Sharpay] But you are easier to dance with than she is.
Troy Bolton, Chad Danforth: [singing] The boys are back! The boys are back! The boys are back, gonna do it again, gonna wake up your neighborhood.
Chad Danforth: So, um, hey, I was kinda maybe wondering if you'd, you'd maybe go with me.
Troy Bolton: You know, I'm not the only one that changed when you came to East High, kids that I just used to pass in the hallway, we're friends now, and we're supposed to be doing this show together. The problem is East High changed when you got there and now it's changed again because you left. You might be ready to say good bye to East High, but East High is not ready to say good bye to you.
Ryan Evans: Speaking of prom, what are you doing?
Troy Bolton: [on the phone with Gabriella] Hey! I just showed my mom the tux.
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