Albyn School is one of the first sites in the Granite City to be connected to the new Aberdeen Core high-speed broadband network.
Businesses in Union Street, Schoolhill and Queen’s Road have also been connected in time for the service going live this week.
Aberdeen Core is the result of a partnership between high-speed fibre communications specialist CityFibre and Granite City firm Internet for Business (IFB).
The project is expected to deliver a “transformational” improvement in broadband speeds and “future-proof” Europe’s energy capital for at least the next 100 years
Teachers and pupils at Albyn School, in the city’s west end, are among the first people to benefit from the improved connectivity.
A school spokesman said: Albyn’s mission statement is continual improvement and that’s why we signed up for the Aberdeen Core.
“It is a logical step that will enable us to carry out the technology projects which we have planned, and to deliver our technological commitment to our pupils in the new digital age.”