Teachers at Ooltewah Elementary have flat screen TVs to help them teach the students.
The classrooms have wireless capabilities, and there are 3 computer labs at the school.
The hallways are color coded.
And even the playground has a rubberized surface to cut down on injuries.
Principal Tom Arnold says Ooltewah Elementary is built for the future.
"It's a beautiful new school building, almost 140-thousand square feet.
It's a very improved technology, energy management, they've installed the motion detectors to make sure the lights go out when there's no motion.
There's actually no light switches in the hallways.
So if there's no motion in the hallways, the lights turn off."
Parents like Wendy Brown are impressed by this state of the art building.
"The facility is beautiful and it's very spacious.
My boys are most excited about the related arts rooms, the music room and the new gym."