School district, college and community leaders and local taxpayers joined with Ohio Schools Facility Commission and the architectural firm of Lorenz Williams to design, fund and build a state of the art facility covering 200,000 square feet and incorporating the latest in learning and workforce technologies and equipment. The center, located at 741 Washington Street, Dayton Ohio, will educate 800 students in grades 9-12 annually.
The educational program is structured around small learning communities supporting students’ academic and technical achievement within specific career areas. Each career community includes program labs that simulate a true work environment. The award winning building design reflects the latest industry standards and provides flexible learning spaces. Today and far into the future, the Ponitz Career Technology Center will continue to support multiple ways of student learning and insure access to the most advanced equipment and technologies being used by the region’s workforce.