The Waynesboro High School renovations are coming to an end.
School Board Officials as well as City Council Members were given a tour of the school Tuesday evening.
This fall, the school will feature new administrative office space, a new home economic facility, a state-of-the-art darkroom to develop film and a television studio.
One school board member says the renovations will be good for teachers and students.
"The new renovations look fantastic," said School Board member Robert Gunther. "I think they will make a wonderful learning environment for the kids and a great place for the teachers to be teaching and it's just exciting to see what we have been able to do in the last 18 months or so."
Because of the renovations the school has gained six classrooms.
Also, the school board elected Robert Gunther as its new chairperson and Tim Williams as the new vice-chairperson.