SUPERSCHOOL Rhos-nesni High has been officially opened by Welsh Assembly Education Minister Jane Davidson.
The school has been open for pupils since September but was ceremonially opened by Mrs Davidson on Thursday.
'I am honoured to be officially opening Rhosnesni High School today,' she said.
'The new development is exceptional and I hope students and staff at the school will enjoy learning and teaching here in Wrexham long into the future.
'The Assembly Government has invested £5.5m in Wrexham's high school reorganisation programme through the School Buildings Improvement Grant. My visit here today has shown me that this is money well spent.'
Headteacher Bernard Knowles said the new school provided the ideal environment in which pupils could learn, develop and enjoy their education.
'Everyone is entitled to a pleasant environment to work in and we are absolutely delighted with our new school, which provides staff and pupils with excellent, modern facilities that support the learning process,' he said.
'Our goal is to continually develop and move forward in order to enable all students to achieve their potential.
'Rhosnesni High School will continue to focus on raising standards across all curriculum areas and my staff are committed to achieving this with the help and support of the Local Education Authority, parents and governors.'
Rhosnesni High School forms part of the £22.5m secondary school re-organisation project that saw the closure of three schools - The Groves, Bryn Offa and St David's - and the opening of two new schools - Rhosnesni and Ysgol Clywedog.
Since 1996 more than £46m has been spent on 50 major school refurbishments or new builds, with £26m of that being funded by Wrexham County Borough Council.