Ryedale School is one of many schools to benefit from a £20 million investment by North Yorkshire County Council.
More than 50 schools across the county have had building works carried out over recent months, including new classrooms, a replacement of old prefabricated classrooms and other improvements.
Three laboratories and two preparation rooms have been completely refurbished at Ryedale School, Nawton, in a move which the teachers say will “inspire” young people to reach their potential.
John Gentry, Director of Learning at Ryedale School, said: “The laboratories are well designed, bright, spacious, equipped with the latest technology and allow for a flexible environment which enhances learning and teaching.
“The staff, pupils and parents are delighted with these new facilities which will inspire our young people to achieve their full potential.”
A further programme of works is now being planned for next summer by the county council.
County Cllr Arthur Barker, the Executive Member for Schools said: “At a time when the county council is facing significant reductions in the money that is available to invest in school buildings it is important that we focus our investment in the right areas.”