10/10 Fabulous

The teenagers' excessive affinity with the High School Musical series is absolutely cringeworthy, despite the fact that HSTMTS is a pleasant musical full of nostalgia.

9/10 What Time Is It / Start the Party Mashup

The concept of a group of students putting on a musical was the sole constraint for the first two seasons, but in season three, the situation was different.

8/10 You Never Know

Olivia Rodriguez's departure from HSMTMTS as Nini is one of the biggest changes that will occur.

7/10 It's On

Although the covers are a lot of fun—for both the actors and the fans—the original songs in HSMTMTS have the potential to give the characters a voice in their own narrative.

6/10 Rising

Although the covers are a lot of fun—for both the actors and the fans—the original songs in HSMTMTS have the potential to give the characters a voice in their own narrative.

5/10What Do You Know About Love?

Even though Gina's response to E.J.'s flirting with Ricky in this song may be immature, it made for a really strong song.

4/10 Here I Come

While Maddox and Jet's reconciliation and Gina's relationship problems took up the majority of season 3, Kourtney received the most compelling storyline.

3/10 Everyday

At the end of Camp Shallow Lake's tumult and drama, everyone joins in to sing "Everyday" under the direction of Corbin Bleu and Ms. Jenn.

2/10 Right Place

The teenagers' excessive affinity with the High School Musical series is absolutely cringeworthy, despite the fact that HSTMTS is a pleasant musical full of nostalgia.

1/10 Let It Go

Kourtney's anxiousness returned as she got ready to perform the most famous song from the movie Frozen, despite the fact that she had a breakthrough that seemed to release her from it in the last episode of season 3.