The first intake of schoolchildren have started at Lochside Academy.
The school, which was built to replace Torry and Kincorth Academies, officially opened its doors this morning.
Costing £47 million to create, more than 1,000 pupils from the catchment areas of Torry, Kincorth, Cove and Nigg arrived for their first day.
Head teacher Neil Hendry undertook a tour of the academy last week prior to its opening with council leaders Jenny Laing and Douglas Lumsden, alongside educational operational delivery convener Councillor John Wheeler.
Some of the newest features the school offers are a special industrial room which gives pupils the space to fix cars, and a recording room equipped with Apple computers and 800 new Chromebooks.
Pupils will also benefit from new facilities such as an incorporated dance studio, fitness suite, games hall, six-lane swimming pool, an adjacent garden and a 3G pitch.
The Evening Express reported last week that letters had disappeared off the official school sign, which ended up reading “ohsde Acaem”.
Local councillors called for it to be repaired before the pupils arrived.