By Eric Apodaca | azbigmeda.com
An Arizona school district is set to get its first newly built high school in a decade in the form of a cutting-edge campus that will be the basis for research, while simultaneously providing a modern classroom setting for students.
The upcoming Canyon View High School will be made with a new heat-storing material. The installation of the technology, known as Bio-Phase Change Material, will serve as the basis of research on how to efficiently heat and cool a facility.
Canyon View High School will be built in Waddell, an unincorporated community in the Northwest part of the Greater Phoenix metropolitan area. The school will be part of the Agua Fria Union High School District (AFUHSD).