Albury students are set to return to face-to-face learning on Monday following the easing of NSW coronavirus restrictions.
The changes will allow all students in the region to return to classes following another stint of online learning from home.
Staff and students who need to cross the border to attend classes will also able to do so.
It follows the return of some students to regional Victorian schools on Friday after nearly three weeks of remote learning.
Wodonga Senior Secondary College principal Vern Hilditch said Year 12 students had returned, along with grades 1 and 2.
He said the vast majority had been glad to be back and learning in person.
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"A lot of students need a lot of support and assistance," Mr Hilditch said.
"It's easier in that situation to do it face-to-face.
"There have been a number of students who have done quite well with remote learning, which has surprised us, but by and large the majority of of students look forward to being at school."
Classes have been interrupted on and off over the past two school years.
Mr Hilditch said many students had struggled to stay motivated during remote learning.
"They've certainly missed that peer group work, the biggest downfall has been at that psychological level," he said.
"We do have a very good online system but it's that peer group work that keeps students going."
Staff and students are taking extensive precautions to prevent the virus spreading.
Education authorities have introduced major changes to HSC and VCE studies as a result of the pandemic.
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