Archbishop Cushley was given a tour of a new Catholic high school in Dunfermline that is set to open in August next year.
He was joined by St Columba's Headteacher, Mick Mcgee and two senior pupils, Naomi Dryburgh and Connoll Worling.
He said: “It was exciting to visit the new build of St Columba’s High School in Dunfermline.
"I’m grateful to Fife Council and BAM as well as the parents, teachers and learners that have helped put this project together. It’s looking very promising for August 2024.”
The new school replaces the current building in nearby Woodmill Road, which was built in 1969.
The Dunfermline Learning Campss site will also be home to Woodmill High School and Fife College.