The 2003 film 'School of Rock' starring Jack Black, was a major box office success and a cult classic. The movie follows the story of a struggling rock musician who poses as a substitute teacher and forms a band with his students. The film featured a talented cast of child actors who, along with Black, helped bring the story to life. So, where are they now?The child actors who portrayed the students in the band have all grown up and some of them have continued to pursue careers in the entertainment industry.Joey Gaydos Jr., who played Zack Mooneyham, the guitar prodigy, has continued to play music and has released several albums. He has also appeared in a few movies and TV shows, including 'The New Adventures of Peter and Wendy' and 'The Off Hours.'Rebecca Brown, who played Katie, the bassist, has continued to act and has appeared in several TV shows and movies, including 'The Unit,' 'The Riches,' and 'The Mentalist.'Miranda Cosgrove, who played Summer Hathaway, the band's manager, went on to become a successful actress, singer, and songwriter. Cosgrove is best known for her role as Carly Shay in the Nickelodeon TV series 'iCarly.' She has also appeared in several movies, including 'Despicable Me' and 'Despicable Me 2.'Maryam Hassan, who played Tomika, the drummer, has not pursued an acting or music career, but instead focused on her education.Kevin Clark, who played Freddy Jones, the drummer, returned to his hometown and became a drum instructor.As for Jack Black, he went on to have a successful career in both film and music. He has appeared in numerous movies and TV shows, including 'Kung Fu Panda,' 'Tropic Thunder,' and 'Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle.' He is also the lead vocalist of the rock band Tenacious D.In conclusion, the child actors from the movie 'School of Rock' have all grown up and gone on to pursue different paths. Some have continued to act and play music, while others have focused on their education or other career. The movie, 'School of Rock' has become a cult classic and will always be remembered by audiences who enjoyed the story, music, and the talented cast.