Registration is now open for our Summer BRIDGE to Achievement and Well-Being program for any current K-12 Upper Arlington Schools students. This program is designed to provide students with opportunities to stay engaged with their learning and with teachers and peers during the summer.
We have added new course offerings, particularly for grades K-4. Thematic Explorations is available to students in grades K-4 and will offer learning and play opportunities focused on different themes each week and incorporating reading, writing, math and well-being skills.
You can view all of the available course offerings at the following links: Grades K-5 and Grades 6-12. Elementary offerings will be at Tremont Elementary School, and secondary offerings will be at Hastings Middle School.
Please note that registration is based on your student’s current 2020-2021 grade level. Registration will be taken on a first-come, first-served basis and will be accepted, as space allows, until the day before a course begins. If a course is filled, you will have the opportunity to indicate whether you’d like to sign up for a wait list on the bottom of the registration form, and we will communicate with families if additional slots become available. We will also reach out if there aren’t enough student registrations to move forward with a particular session.
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.
Register for K-5 Summer BRIDGE programming
Register for Grade 6-12 Summer BRIDGE programming
As a reminder, 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, and there is no cost for students to participate.
If you have any questions, please contact [email protected].