The finishing touches are being done outside, while students are hard at work inside.
The new Glasgow High School was toured by Commissioner of Education Terry Holliday who was pleased with everything the school has to offer.
"What I am most impressed with are the teachers here, their leadership is really focused on advanced placement, duel credit, and all kids being college career ready," says Commissioner Holliday.
College is what administrators want to prepare students for. New state of the art science labs, culinary programs, and advanced placement courses are just some of the opportunities provided at Glasgow High.
"We want to give them the opportunity to go to college and be prepared and have a successful first year, two or fourth year in college and actually graduate in four years," says Principal Keith Hale.
While working to improve college prep the school also strives to be one of the best in the state.
"Our whole vision for Glasgow High School is to actually become one of the top five schools in the state within the next few years and I really think we are on the right track," says spanish teacher Susan Mills.
Students have seen improvements. They are impressed with their new classes and enjoy things that kids at other schools may take for granted.
"I only have classes on part of the high school, I don't even know what the other half looks like yet, we have an auditorium I'm not used to that our library is a lot bigger and a lot nicer," says Junior Kaitlyn Kinslow.
While construction inside the school is complete there is still some work here to do on the outside. Officials hope to be done with the construction within the next month.