Upper Arlington High School

The new Upper Arlington High School

Design Features

395,000 square feet of learning space — over 100,000 square feet more than the old building, accommodating the growing student population.

Three-story academic building — including 8,000 square feet of mezzanine space and multiple collaborative “commons” areas.

Golden Bear Boulevard — a 50-foot-wide hallway, providing ample seating and open space to move freely. (See virtual fly-through video at the right.) 

Multiple outdoor learning spaces — including a dining plaza and green rooftop courtyard.

Expanded arts and athletics facilities — including:
  • A 1,500-seat auditorium;
  • A black box theater;
  • A 10-lane natatorium;
  • A three-court multi-purpose gym; and
  • A varsity gym featuring one main court or three practice courts. 

UAHS stadium — a new track, new home bleachers and press box, new concession stands, additional storage and new north entrance.
 
Foundation Room — to be privately funded through the capital campaign, honoring Upper Arlington Schools’ rich tradition and connecting community members, alumni, current students and staff. 
 
Please note that all design plans are subject to minor adjustments.  

Tentative Construction Timeline

As of the fall of 2018, construction for Upper Arlington High School is expected to follow this tentative timeline. The 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.
 
March 2019
Construction begins on the UAHS stadium (spring sports relocated).
Late Spring/Early Summer 2019
Work will begin on the high school site.

Fall 2019
UAHS stadium complete.

Fall 2021
The new high school will open to students. Work will continue on the 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.
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