Washington State Superintendent of Public Instruction, Randy Dorn, was given a tour of the new STEM high school by students, before giving a speech.
Delta High students also gave community members a tour of the school before the ceremony.
The school opened for classes September 15th and the estimated student capacity is currently at 400.
"STEM education gives students a chance to actually get training and education that matches up to what they want to do in life and their careers," said Randy Dorn.
Dorn's goal is to provide students with a 21st century education, instead of a 20th century education, so they can be equipped for their future careers.