Summer BRIDGE to Achievement and Well-Being

Upper Arlington Schools is excited to announce the launch of our Summer BRIDGE to Achievement and Well-Being program for the summer of 2021. This program is designed to provide students with opportunities to stay engaged with their learning and with teachers and peers during the summer.

Summer BRIDGE will take place from June 7 through June 30 and is designed to offer flexibility for families. Families may choose from single-day, multiple-day or week-long workshops for students. Registration is based on the student’s grade level for the current 2020-2021 school year.

K-5 Summer BRIDGE: Families of elementary students may choose from morning and afternoon sessions. All sessions will be located at Tremont Elementary School, 2900 Tremont Road.

Grades 6-12 Summer BRIDGE: Sessions for middle school and high school students will typically take place from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. All sessions will be located at Hastings Middle School, 1850 Hastings Lane (unless otherwise specified).

There is no cost for students to participate. Summer BRIDGE is designed to provide students with support and enrichment in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, and that support and enrichment will continue into the upcoming school year and future years. 

Summer BRIDGE is in addition to existing Upper Arlington Schools programs designed to support students academically such as Summer Academy, Summer Reading and Credit Recovery. You can learn more on our website

Registration update!

New classes available - June 28-30

We are so excited for our last three days of Summer Bridge! We are thrilled to add a few more classes next week for elementary students. All classes for grades 6-12 are full. 

If you would like to register, please use this link.  Please note that registration is based on your student’s current 2020-2021 grade level. Also, please know that registration is not confirmation.  We will send confirmation emails out later. 

In order to complete your student’s registration, you will need their six-digit school ID number (lunch number). You may find your student’s school ID number in the PowerSchool Parent Portal.

If you have registration questions, please contact [email protected].



Elementary students participating in the Summer BRIDGE program have the option of pre-ordering lunch (for at school or to-go) using the link below. Lunch is provided through our Department of Nutritional Services at no cost to families thanks to a USDA grant.  


Families of elementary students  have the option of utilizing district transportation for Summer BRIDGE. We will be running routes from Barrington, Greensview and Wickliffe to and from the Tremont Elementary School location for Summer BRIDGE. Please complete the transportation request form below if you would like transportation; if you do not want transportation for your student, you do not need to complete this form.

Please complete no later than Sunday, June 27 at 10 p.m.

A new form will be posted for each week of Summer BRIDGE programming.

Course offerings and additional resources

Our Summer BRIDGE to Achievement and Well-Being offers a wide range of opportunities for students to learn and engage with Upper Arlington Schools teachers and peers — including math support, leadership skill development, sewing and yoga, computer science and more. 

Even if you choose to not participate in Summer BRIDGE, student learning and engagement can continue throughout the summer. We’ve put together a list of additional opportunities for students - including local camps and workshops that promote learning, health and fitness, and more. All learning applications on your student’s district-issued device will also continue to be available throughout the summer for students to reinforce and extend their learning. 

You can explore the Summer BRIDGE course offerings and additional summer resources below. If you have difficulty accessing this information, please contact [email protected]

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