Present Day

The building now houses the Career Center, established in 1976, which serves over 700 Omaha Public Schools students daily. Students from all over the district participate in radio and television broadcast instruction, multimedia, printing, digital electronics, auto body and auto mechanics, culinary arts, health sciences, commercial design, construction, English as a Second Language (ESL), graphic arts, networking, and photography. The Career Center is also home to KIOS, the district's public radio station, broadcasting at 91.5 FM.

Career Center and Adult Education

Adult Education has been offered by OPS for more than thirty years. Classes include high school credit courses, non-credit ESL, basic computer training, basic skills instruction, and GED preparation. While officed within the Career Center, class locations are spread throughout the city. All classes are taught by certificated instructors while volunteer tutors provide assistance.

Teacher Administrative Center
The TAC houses the consolidated administrative offices of the school system as well as teacher and student support service facilities.