Inspectors have praised a north-east school for making significant progress in the last six years.
Monitors from the Education Scotland watchdog visited Brechin High School in 2012 and raised a number of issues with staff.
That led to follow-up visits in 2014 and 2017 and another one earlier this year.
Inspectors have now written to parents to praise the school for the level of improvement staff have made.
In the letter, one of the inspectors said: “We are confident the school has the capacity to continue to improve and so we will make no more visits in connection with this inspection.”
She added: “The quality of learning and teaching has improved across the school.
“Senior leaders clearly communicate high expectations about attainment targets and improvement work is focused on achieving these targets.
“The head teacher and senior leaders provide strong direction.”