The building's former library has been transformed into a brand new media center.
The upgrades include more than 80 computers, research databases, and nearly 10,000 new books.
The school librarian says since the year began she's seen more students pop in, including many new faces.
"It's interactive," said Keran Johnson. "They can read a book and write a review. They can recommend a book to somebody else. I don't know all the bells and whistles because so many things are new this year. I love coming to work every day. It's like Heaven."
BHS has also subscribed to the World Book Encyclopedia, giving students an accurate source to do research.