Hundreds of pupils will sit down to lessons in two new Fife secondary schools for the first time.
Viewforth High School and Levenmouth Academy will open their doors to pupils on Wednesday as the new term starts.
The £44 million Levenmouth Academy in Buckhaven replaces Buckhaven and Kirkland high schools, while Viewforth High School has moved into the new Windmill Community Campus in Kirkcaldy.
Some children across Fife may be willing the summer holidays to go on but those at the new schools will be eager to see their modern new surroundings.
Levenmouth head teacher Ronnie Ross said: “As we get nearer to opening the door the excitement of everyone involved is mounting.
“The facilities are second to none.”
The schools are the fifth and sixth to be completed under Fife Council’s £200 million Building Fife’s Future project which has already produced the new Burntisland and Carnegie primary schools and Dunfermline and Auchmuty high schools.
Levenmouth Academy, capable of accommodating up to 1,800 pupils, has been designed and built with the latest environmental and architectural innovations.
The second largest secondary school in Scotland, it is complemented by a new Fife College campus on site in Methilhaven Road.
Since the keys to the building were officially handed over at the beginning of the summer, staff have worked hard throughout the holidays to ensure it is ready for the new school year.
As well as a new building, Levenmouth pupils have a new uniform and badge.
Viewforth pupils were shown round their new classrooms before the holidays but Wednesday will also be the start of their first term at the campus in Windmill Road.
Although sharing the campus with Rosslyn School, Sinclairtown Library and Kirkcaldy East Local Office , Viewforth will retain its identity.
Rector Adrian Watt intends to bring its values and ethos of nurture and care from the old Loughborough Road school.