SHELLEY College has undergone £500,000 improvements to its science and technology facilities.
Work started to improve the facilities in May.
After 14 weeks, contractors Totty Building Services have completed the work at the former Shelley High School.
Seven laboratories, two preparation rooms and all the design and technology workshops and classrooms have been refurbished.
New desks have been bought, plus state of the art equipment, including inter-active whiteboards.
Debbie Lumb, the college's assistant head and head of science, said: "Everything's really bright and clean. It really does enhance the facilities we have, now they are in keeping with a specialist college for science.
"Totty has done an excellent job."
Some of the work was paid for by Kirklees Council and the rest by Government money set aside to improve specialist college status schools.
The college has £100,000 a year to spend on improving facilities.