It was all the way back in 2003 that Jack Black and the big screen's most lovable band of rarefied child rockers captured our imaginations in the heartwarming, music-themed comedy School Of Rock. But a sizeable group of the movie's stars—now all grown up, of course—are "still together" and hanging out on the eve of New Year's Eve.

That's right! Actress Caitlin Hale, who played cool choir girl Marta ("Blondie") in the now-classic film, shared an Instagram shot of her and six other School Of Rock castmates cavorting at an eatery in New York City the day before New Year's Eve.

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Seven School of Rockstars walk into a bar...

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"Seven School of Rockstars walk into a bar," Hale captioned the pic. She's shown with co-stars James Hosey (Marco), Brian Falduto (Billy), Becca Brown (Katie), Zachary Infante (Gordon), Aleisha Allen (Alicia) and Angelo Massagli.

But she's not the only School Of Rock cast member that shared proof of the 15-year reunion, BuzzFeed reports. Infante also snapped a photo of the meeting that missed out on Black and band manager Summer (Miranda Cosgrove).

"Fifteen years later and our and our #schoolofrock family is still together," the actor said of the pictured reunion. His post ends with appropriately rockin' hashtags #StickItToTheMan and #ItsALongWayToTheTopIfYouWannaRrockNRoll.

And it looks like at least one School Of Rock cast member is still keeping tabs on Mr. Jack Black. Back in November of last year, Becca Brown shared a quick pic of herself with the popular Hollywood actor, which can be seen directly below.


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caught up with an old friend tonight

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What do you think of this awesome School Of Rock reunion? Do you wish Jack Black had stopped by for a photo opportunity with his former class? Sound off down in the comments section with your favorite memories of the nostalgic film!

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