Celebrating the newly completed renovations and Back to School Night, Holley Central Schools gave a preview of the changes, before doors open this school year.
A ribbon-cutting at the high school started the night off. Then, students and their families were taken on guided tours of the building and grounds.
Renovations of $32 million were done on the high school foyer, library, science labs and other areas.
"I vowed because of the kids working so hard that someday I would like to make it possible for them to have the same type of facilities as everyone else has," said superintendent Robert D'Angelo.
Tuesday marked the completion of phase two of the project. Phase one began in 2007.