Flyer Connection

Nonprofit organizations offering unique educational, intellectual, physical, and social opportunities within our community that wish  to have flyers posted on the district’s Flyer Connection must first submit an application, proof of nonprofit status and a PDF file of the flyer to the Communications Department by completing the online form or emailing [email protected]. Please see the Flyer Guidelines for requirements that must be met before any application will be considered.

UAHS Athletics Youth Summer Camps

2023 Golden Bear Basketball Summer Camp

Join Coach Casey, the staff and the Golden Bear basketball players for a great week of camp - June 5-8 - for grades K-8.
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2023 Golden Bear Tennis Club Camp

Children in 1st grade through 8th grade are invited to participate in the Golden Bear Tennis Club Camp this summer - June 19-22 at the Upper Arlington High School tennis courts.
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2023 UA Boys Soccer Youth Summer Camp

Registration for the 2023 UA Boys Youth Summer Soccer Camp is now open! The camp is run by Upper Arlington High School boys varsity soccer coach Kevin Donovan with the assistance of UAHS team coaches, players, and staff. The camp offers skill development and small-sided games in a fun learning environment.  Click here to register for the 2023 camp!
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UA Field Hockey 2023 Youth Summer Camp

The Upper Arlington High School Field Hockey program is hosting a youth summer camp for rising 4th through 8th graders on June 19-22, 2023 at the UAHS practice fields. No experience is necessary. Students learn the game of field hockey from UAHS staff and players. Please bring a stick, shin guards, mouth guard, and plenty of water. Register at
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2023 Upper Arlington Girls Basketball Summer Camp

The Upper Arlington Girls Basketball coaching staff is excited to offer a youth summer camp June 21 - 23, 2023! This fun-filled, three-day camp run by UAHS coaching staff will focus on the fundamentals of the game and individual skill development. 
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2023 UAGS Youth Summer Camp

Upper Arlington Girls Soccer has a tradition of excellence. To continue that tradition and offer a glimpse into the way we prepare and train at the high school level, we offer an annual UAGS Youth Camp to all UA girls entering grades 1-5 and 6-8 who may be interested in playing soccer for the high school some day. This summer's camp will be from June 12 to 15 at the UAHS training fields. Early bird registration closes on May 12.

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2023 Upper Arlington Volleyball Youth and Middle School Summer Camps

Join UAHS girls varsity volleyball head coach Meghan Terwilliger and boys varsity volleyball head coach Phil Nagy as well as high school players for a fun-filled 3-day introduction to volleyball. Register online at

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Current Flyers

UA Bear Cub Baseball - Now Hiring Youth Umpires

UA Bear Cub baseball is now hiring youth umpires for the 2023 baseball season. If you are 14 years or older, you can sign up today at or email us at [email protected] with any questions.
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Golden Bear Shred Day & Food Drive

The UAHS PTO will hold its annual Golden Bear Shred Day & Food Drive on Saturday, April 22 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Upper Arlington High School, 1625 Zollinger Road. All proceeds from the Shred Day will benefit the UAHS PTO. Food donations will go to the Heart to Heart Food Pantry; needs include: peanut butter and jelly, spaghetti noodles and sauce, pancake mix and syrup, cereal and shelf-stable milk, canned vegetables (not beans), canned hearty soups, baby wipes and diapers (especially sizes 5-7), and toiletries such as toothpaste, soap, lotion, etc.
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Gifted 101

What does gifted mean for your child? Join the Educational Service Center of Central Ohio for this session on April 5 from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. at Hastings Middle School, 1850 Hastings Lane. Gifted children have unique characteristics and needs. As a parent, you may be wondering - what does gifted mean? Should I tell my child they are gifted? How can I accommodate their needs? We will cover this and much more as we navigate through parenting a gifted child.
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Volunteer with Festa

Calling all high school students! Join Festa this summer - weekdays from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. or 12:15 to 3:15 p.m. - for the opportunity to grow in leadership skills, get volunteer hours, make friends from all around the world and impact the community in a positive and uplifting way. Festa is a local nonprofit organization dedicated to serving children and families and building relationships to end poverty.
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Thurber House Summer Writing Camp

At Thurber Summer Writing Camp you will stretch your imagination, exercise your creative writing muscles, and defeat writer's block all while meeting new friends and having fun. Camps are for rising 2nd-9th graders and run for one week. A limited number of scholarships are available.
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Host an International Student

CIEE is the country's oldest and largest nonprofit study abroad and intercultural exchange organization. CIEE has a few international high school students who need to find a host family for the upcoming school year. Welcome a CIEE high school student into your home and form a bond that lasts a lifetime!
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Be WISE Residential STEM Camp

Be WISE is a STEM camp designed to develop interest, excitement, and self-confidence in middle school girls. The camp provides real-life, hands-on experiences in STEM using problem solving and thinking skills. We hope to encourage and motivate the girls to enroll in more STEM classes at the high school and college levels to prepare them for careers in a STEM field.
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Flyer Guidelines

The Upper Arlington City School District recognizes the value in notifying families and students about unique educational, intellectual, physical, and social opportunities that happen within our community. While nothing requires a school district to allow organizations access to send material home with students, the Upper Arlington City School District has created a Flyer Connection on its website to offer this service. This service is not a public forum, and the Board of Education/designee reserves the right to refuse to include a flyer if it is not in the best interests of the school community or otherwise does not meet the Board’s requirements.

Additional Resources

The Stand Project is a community coalition committed to impacting youth substance misuse and standing by families in finding help.  Learn more by visiting Stay informed by following The Stand Project on facebooktwitterinstagram or subscribing to our monthly newsletter.
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