Dyce Academy will be partially open tomorrow after a water leak during the holidays forced the building to close.
Pupils were informed the school would close at 10.35am today after attempts to fix damage caused by a faulty tap in the Arts department were unsuccessful.
Staff worked during the weekend to dehumidify specific areas after water flooded some of the specialist teaching rooms and store cupboards.
The school will remain closed for juniors tomorrow but open to seniors allowing appropriate checks and cleaning to take place as required.
An Aberdeen City Council statement said: “Staff were working at the end of last week and throughout the weekend to clean and dehumidify specific areas of the Dyce Academy building, following the minor flooding which occurred over the festive break.
“This work is continuing as some specialist teaching rooms are not currently able to be used, due to the damp conditions.
“Some damage also occurred in some store cupboards.
“Considering the potential resulting impact on the health and safety of pupils we made the decision to close the school to all pupils today.”