HENRYVILLE, Ind. (WHAS11) -- Five months after a tornado ripped open Henryville High School and it's time to go back to class. Students, parents and teachers were at the newly repaired building for an open house and dedication on Sunday.
It was certainly an ambitious goal to have students at Henryville Senior, Junior and Elementary schools back in classrooms for this school year at the Henryville campus after the March 2nd tornado virtually wiped the building off the map.
On Sunday, the school doors opened to the public for the first time.
WHAS11's Johnny Archer takes a look inside the renovated and partially rebuilt school. Click on the video player to view.