Elgin High School opens its doors
November 15 2017£30m High School in Elgin has thrown open its doors to pupils and staff offering occupants and the wider community access to a fitness suite, auditorium and library.
The 600-pupil capacity school comes equipped with classroom smart boards and equipment for senior students to undertake distance learning.
Faced in black render and reconstituted stone concrete blocks the high school features twin wings of teaching accommodation arranged around a central atrium which doubles as a social space.
Elgin High School was delivered by Hub North Scotland, JM Architects and Balfour Beatty on behalf of Moray Council in tandem with a new primary school for the town.
Work will now proceed on the demolition of the old school building.
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