Arizona School Opens Innovative Dome Campus

Charter schools are known for their innovative curriculum and pioneering strategies. It is fitting, therefore, that the Career Success Charter High School in Phoenix has housed its newest campus in four monolithic domes. Located just east of downtown, the brightly colored structures are painted to look like planets - Earth, Jupiter, Saturn and Neptune. The buildings are also totally solar powered and equipped with the latest technology.

Named after the founder of Career Success High Schools, the new Robert L. Duffy High School consists of 25,000 square feet. Built by Dome Technology, the four domes are home to 18 classrooms, a 130-seat auditorium/planetarium, integrated science/math labs, a high-tech recording studio and computer lab, and a full court gymnasium with an elevated running track. Click here to read more.