The Grandview Heights Schools values the opportunities that the greater community offers to our students, parents, and families to enhance intellectual, physical, personal, and social development.
Submitted flyers for the following information are attached at the bottom of this page. Please note that events and programs are not necessarily sponsored by Grandview Heights Schools.
The Grandview Heights Board of Health will host a Vaping Forum on Monday, March 30, 2020, at 7 p.m. in the Grandview Heights Council Chamber located at 1016 Grandview Avenue. This event is co-sponsored by the Franklin County Public Health Department and the American Heart Association and is free and open to the public. Discussion will center around the health and behavior consequences of vaping. Questions are encouraged during this interactive forum.
4TH ANNUAL MARBLE CLIFF MILE - REGISTRATION OPEN
Join the GHHS Cross Country Team's 4th Annual Marble Cliff Mile on May, 22, 2020. Early bird registration through April 30. For more information and to register, visit www.marblecliffmile.com
I'M IN, TOO! BASKETBALL CAMP - FREE FOR AGES SEVEN AND UP - JUNE 2-3, 2020
This basketball camp is designed for athletes with special needs ages seven and up. For more information and registration information, see the attached flyer. Camp features include: Instruction by UA Coaching Staff; Fun, Positive Environment; Free T-Shirt and Jersey; Each Camper will receive a free Basketball; Fundamental Skill Work; Full Court Games; and Contests. What to expect: NO CHARGE TO PLAY; Footwork Warm-up; Ballhandling Drills; Passing/ Dribbling/Shooting Contests; and Full Court Games
SAFETYVIEW HEIGHTS KIDS CAMP - REGISTRATION NOW OPEN
This program is a fun way to acquaint your child with different aspects of safety. During this two-week camp (June 1-12), kindergarten and first graders will learn about being safe at home, school, and play. The last day of camp there will be a graduation for family and friends. To sign up, contact Grandview Parks & Recreation at 614-48-3111 or visit www.grandviewheights.org.
NORTHWEST KIWANIS SPRING 2020 SOCCER PROGRAM - REGISTRATION NOW OPEN
The Kiwanis Youth Soccer program is a recreational league that stresses the fun and fundamentals of soccer. Our program is open to girls and boys who live or go to school in Upper Arlington, Grandview Heights or Marble Cliff. We offer three programs: Youth Soccer Grades 1-6 (Fall & Spring), K.I.D.S. Program (Spring Only) and Kiwanis Soccer Buddies (Fall & Spring.) REGISTRATION LINK & ADDITIONAL INFORMATION www.northwestkiwanis.com/youth-soccer/
WELLINGTON SUMMER PROGRAM
The Wellington Summer Program offers half and full day camp options for students ages 4 through high school. Enrichment, sports, academics, STEM and performing and fine arts are all part of the Wellington program. Credit classes and SAT Prep are available for high school students. Click here for more information.
OHIO CRAFT MUSEUM SUMMER CAMPS 2020 - REGISTRATION OPEN
Summer fun begins at the Ohio Craft Museum! We nurture creativity in our Young Masters Summer Art Camps, grades 1-6 and Teen Summer Workshops, grades 6-12. Come make art with us! Here’s a link to the website with more info: http://ohiocraft.org/education/summer-camps-2020/
NATIONAL BABE RUTH DAY HOME RUN DERBY - MONDAY, APRIL 27, 2020, FROM 4 TO 6 P.M.
Participate in Grandview Heights Parks & Recreation Department's first event Home Run Derby Contest. Food trucks, speed pitch booths, and cool vendors. Free registration on at www.grandviewheights.org or for more information contact Aaron Gets at 614-340-5378 or email@example.com.
FLAG FOOTBALL FANATICS - SPRING 2020 CO-ED LEAGUE REGISTRATION OPEN
Registration is now open for Spring 2020 Co-Ed Leagues. Games are played at Wellington School; every child plays 1/2 game; includes mouthguard, black shorts/socks, belt, and jersey. Register at firstname.lastname@example.org/Spring20
ROBOT ACADEMY - LEGO BATTLEBOT CAMP - REGISTRATION OPEN
Weekend camps and five day summer camps available for ages 4 - 16. Design,build, and program working Lego robots in real-world challenges. Engaging and fun activities teach kids about science and technology. Visit robot-academy.com for more information.
THURBER HOUSE YOUNG WRITERS STUDIO FROM GRADES 9-12
This opportunity allows a fun, safe place for high school students to get creative. Students meet every other week with CCAD Professor Robert Loss to work on writing activities to create characters and plots, then after a break and snacks, students can "workshop" their or others writings. Low-key opportunity to create something new and meet others who love to write! See attached flyer for details.
JOIN CUB SCOUT PACK 3028
Like to camp, race pinewood derby cars, learn new skills, meet new friends, and have lots of fun?! For more information and to join, contact Scott Shepherd at (727) 415-9579 or via email at email@example.com.
KIDS THAT COMPOST - PARTICIPATION INFORMATION
Kids That Compost (KTC) is a grass roots collective of kids, advocates, and service providers working to divert household food waste away from landfills by building an innovative, high impact, scalable approach to composting via social enterprise. For more information visit, https://kidsthatcompost.org or email firstname.lastname@example.org or see the attached flyer.
COLUMBUS INTERNATIONAL CHILDRENS CHOIR - NOW ENROLLING AGES 4-18
Join the award-winning Columbus International Children's Choir. Rehearsals are held on Saturdays, August through May. Visit, www.cmaacademy.org to learn more.