Red Cliffs Secondary College has been a hive of activity over the school holidays, with part of the original main wing knocked down last week.
It’s part of a 7-million-dollar revitalisation project that is nearing completion.
The middle section of the wing, built in 1962, is being transformed into a new student locker area.
It should be ready for use when term 2 begins.
Students returning later this month will have new facilities to enjoy.
Two new buildings will swing open their doors for the first time.
Features include a 150-seat lecture hall, a new student centre, a cafeteria, Year 12 study area, careers office, and two brand new home economics kitchens.