Year Built: 1908
Architect: Frederick W. Clarke
Style: Tudor Revival
Designated Omaha Landmark: 6/12/1990
Listed in the National Register of Historic Places: 11/29/1989
Vinton School is one of several former school buildings to be renovated for use as apartments under a federal certified historic structures program. Designed in 1908 by architect Frederick Clarke, Vinton School survives as the earliest and most elaborate example of the Tudor Revival style among extant school buildings in Omaha. Clarke was responsible for a total of six commissions for the Omaha Public School District, including the district’s largest facility, Technical High School.