Facilities Master Plan

Your Voice Matters: Master Plan Design Phase

Community members gathered around draft plans at a meetingOver the past year, community members, staff members and students have come alongside the Upper Arlington Board of Education and design professionals to inform the design process for a new high school and five new or renovated elementary schools.

These six new or renovated buildings represent the first phase of the Upper Arlington community’s facilities master plan, a long-term, financially sensible road map for the district’s aging school buildings. After a two-and-a-half-year community-driven master planning process, Upper Arlington voters approved the funding for the first phase of the master plan.

Thanks to the commitment of the Board of Education and the work of the design professionals, the expansive design process continues on schedule and on budget. As of the fall of 2018, these projects are entering the final stage of the design process in preparation for groundbreakings on the first five projects in the spring of 2019.
As of the fall of 2018, construction is expected to follow the tentative timeline below. This timeline may be revised during the final stage of the design process and/or during the construction process based on any potential delays that arise. 

What's Next

Community Meetings:
January 22, 2019 
At communitywide meetings in January, residents will be able to take a look at the final designs and renderings for all six projects of the first phase of the community’s master plan. The meetings will be held on Tuesday, January 22, 2019, beginning at 9 a.m. at Mountview Christian Church, 2140 Fishinger Road, and 7 p.m. at the high school, 1650 Ridgeview Road.
April and May 2019 
Community members will also be invited to participate in groundbreaking ceremonies for the first five projects: the high school and Barrington, Greensview, Tremont and Wickliffe elementary schools. A groundbreaking and construction at the Windermere Elementary site will follow a year later. Details for these events will be forthcoming in the new year. 

Tentative Construction Timeline

Ongoing (Fall 2018-March 2019) 
Construction began in May 2018 on the Tremont athletic fields on the district-owned land behind Tremont Elementary School adjacent to Northam Park. In September 2018, the first element of the new Tremont athletic fields - a turf field - opened. Work is continuing on the final elements of the new Tremont athletic fields - baseball and softball diamonds, storage and restroom facility - which will open in March 2019. 

March 2019
Construction begins on the UAHS stadium (spring sports relocated). Tremont will be prepped for the arrival of modular classrooms for use during the 2019-2020 school year.
Late Spring/Early Summer 2019
Work will begin on the high school, Barrington, Greensview, Tremont and Wickliffe sites.

Fall 2019 
UAHS stadium complete. 

March 2020
Barrington will be prepped for the arrival of modular classrooms for use during the 2020-2021 school year.

June 2020
Demolition of the current Windermere building begins to make way for the new school to be built on the same footprint; the old Wickliffe will serve as transitional space for Windermere students for the 2020-2021 school year. 
Fall 2020/Spring 2021
The new Greensview and Wickliffe Progressive elementary schools and the renovated Tremont elementary school will open to students. 

Fall 2021
The new Windermere and renovated Barrington elementary schools, as well as the new high school, will open to students. Work will continue on the high school site to demolish the old building and develop athletic fields.

Fall 2022
The new high school site and the first phase of the community-developed master plan will be fully completed. 

Design Plans Quick Links

Select a photo to view more images and information about the design plans for that school.  Please note that all design plans are subject to minor adjustments.


If you have any questions regarding the design plans or the construction process, please contact facilities@uaschools.org
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