Lossiemouth High School in Moray, the 117th and last school in the SFT-managed Scotland’s Schools for the Future Programme
, has been handed over to the local council and will open to pupils in April after the Easter break.
Talking at the end of the programme, Education Secretary John Swinney said: “These schools are at the heart of their communities which is why our investment has been absolutely essential. Looking forward, we will continue our successful partnership with local authorities beyond this milestone to build more schools delivered through the new £2 billion Learning Estate Investment Programme.”
Gemma Boggs who leads SFT's education infrastructure programmes, said: “The success of the Scotland’s Schools for the Future programme is the result of an enormous collaborative effort right across Scotland. As programme managers, we have worked with countless partners and organisations to improve the condition of the school estate."