Eagles Education Center will now be a K through five elementary school on South University Drive in Fargo.
The recently remodeled center will be home to 300 students starting August 25th.
Eagles Elementary was previously only open to preschool and Kindergarten age students.
It is Fargo Public School District's second infill location to serve the growing population.
The district is hoping to relieve some of the space issues at other schools in the south Fargo area.
"I know that everybody's been excited about the way the transition was from the existing building to the new building, it really doesn't feel like one was here before the other. So that's been fun to hear from people, how they like how it all came together in the end," said principal Tanya Wrigley-Lingle.
The elementary school will be open to the public for self-guided tours tomorrow from one to six.