Tolchii Kooh’s Monolithic Dome Schools – 1998

Image: Traditional Decor — Entrances to the Monolithic Domes are enhanced with traditional Native American patterns.

Traditional Decor — Entrances to the Monolithic Domes are enhanced with traditional Native American patterns.

Image: Leupp Library — The community uses this versatile Monolithic Dome for town socials, meetings and advanced training.

Leupp Library — The community uses this versatile Monolithic Dome for town socials, meetings and advanced training.

Image: Decorative sound control — A circle of hanging tapestries helps control sound and maintain a serene atmosphere.

Decorative sound control — A circle of hanging tapestries helps control sound and maintain a serene atmosphere.

Image: Classroom with work area — Little Singer School has a student population of 130 Native Americans and a teaching staff of eleven.

Classroom with work area — Little Singer School has a student population of 130 Native Americans and a teaching staff of eleven.

Image: Students enjoy Multipurpose Building — Students and faculty use the Multipurpose Building for a variety of purposes.

Students enjoy Multipurpose Building — Students and faculty use the Multipurpose Building for a variety of purposes.

Image: Gymnasium — It has a running track on its second level that circles around the gym and behind the bleachers.

Gymnasium — It has a running track on its second level that circles around the gym and behind the bleachers.

Image: Artsy Entrance — This school was named after Little Singer, a Navajo Medicine Man, who urged the community to build a school.

Artsy Entrance — This school was named after Little Singer, a Navajo Medicine Man, who urged the community to build a school.