Double Double Adobe School District is located in the southern part of the Sulphur Springs Valley. The history of the school begins in 1908 according to research done by a former teacher, Ruth Ellis in 1974. The old school building’s first room was built in 1911-1912. Later WPA added the south room, and finally after the end of World War II the auditorium was added using materials from the Douglas-Bisbee Airport. The name Double Adobe came from two large adobe buildings that stood nearby. The buildings, long gone, were used by army scouts who frequently patrolled the territory.
A new school was built by the Arizona School Facility Board
The school district is a small rural district with
kindergarten through sixth grades.