The school's 750 pupils were sent home after it flooded
Hundreds of children have been sent home after flash floods inundated Dunblane High School.
The building, which opened in 2007, was evacuated amid reports that the roof was leaking and parts of the school foyer were under inches of water.
On its website Stirling Council said the school would reopen to pupils on Tuesday.
The Met Office has issued a severe weather warning for the area where up to 50mm of rain is forecast.
One pupil at the school said: "The water seemed to be coming in from the roof and some of the upper balconies. You could even see it coming out of the light sockets.
"The flooding in the school reception area was several inches deep at some points."
The Scottish Environment Protection Agency has instituted flood watches for rivers across Forth Valley, Glasgow, Edinburgh and the Borders.
Transport Scotland is also urging drivers to take care as many local roads are affected by surface water.