Clyde and Seamore’s Sea Lion High debuted at SeaWorld Orlando this week after a complete redesign of the show and stadium.

Before the change, the original show was SeaWorld Orlando’s longest-running in its history before it shut down last August.

Full of adventure, fun and big personalities, the show takes place in an aquatic-themed  high school. The storyline features Clyde and Seamore – the sea lions – as they are nominated to win scholarships to Ocean University and must enter crash courses in science, dance and gym.

The show also features walruses and otters.

Sea Lion High features a new, two-story set that is the marine mammal high school, complete with sea lion-sized waterslides and elevators for otters. SeaWorld’s animal stars and trainers have also worked together to put together amazing new behaviors.

“Sea Lion High is a place where animals and people learn and play,” says Michael Fletcher, Vice President of Entertainment for SeaWorld Orlando.  “Our guests will connect with these animals through a show that is full of fun and celebration, yet also blends in entertaining messages that encourage education, exploration and using your imagination.”