Residents in the north-east’s biggest town will be given their say on proposals for a multimillion pound school project.
The council will hold the first of two public consultation events in Peterhead next week to discuss the £71 million scheme.
As well as a school, the new campus will also have community sports and leisure facilities.
It could be built at the existing Prince Street site or on land at Kinmundy Road.
Now residents of the town are being urged to have their say by attending a drop-in consultation. The first will be held on February 28 from 4pm-8pm in the existing academy.
Peterhead north and Rattray councillor Dianne Beagrie said the event was an ideal chance for locals to “shape” the proposals for the new school.
She said: “It is very important for the public to have a say in this. This is a great investment for the town and surrounding area.”
Peterhead South and Cruden councillor Stephen Smith said the events were important chance to “influence” the look of the final community campus.
He added: “Once built, this will be a bespoke facility for Peterhead and surrounding area. There is no blueprint sitting on a shelf somewhere so these events are real opportunities to influence what is included in the plans.”