Creighton Prep High School partnered with the City of Omaha Stormwater Program to tackle several stormwater issues relating to drainage, flooding, and erosion on the south end of the school’s campus. In the summer of 2014, a bioretention garden and permeable pavement patio were constructed parallel to Western Avenue to address these stormwater issues. The bioretention garden was designed to collect and treat stormwater runoff from a 2.7-acre drainage area including the adjacent sports fields to the north of the garden and a parking area located northwest of the garden. The permeable pavement patio collects additional sheet flow from the athletic fields where it is stored under the permeable pavers and directed into the bioretention garden. This collaborative effort has provided a unique opportunity for students and the community to learn about and incorporate green infrastructure practices and principles into the landscapes for better stormwater management.