NAHS graduate Camilla Suarez was selected to share the overall Valedictorian Message to the Class of 2015. Her poem takes students on a journey through the years as a New Albany Student.
Continuing the NAHS tradition, Senior Debi Bhanja was selected to deliver the parent thank you at the commencement. Read what she shared to thank the "pillars" behind these graduates.
This is the conclusion of Principal Carter's graduation speech to students. The message is part of a character education curriculum, called Project Wisdom. Click the link it is a great read!
Eagles Soar - The All-Sports award, in its sixth year, goes to the school in each of the OCC's four divisions that performs the best in the conference's 16 common sports over the course of a school year.
NAHS & NAMS will shift the grade scale for students this fall. Building leaders have been working with staff & parents this past school year to research and develop the new scale.
Four New Albany students, inspired by the authors that visited their schools this year are the recipients of a $500 scholarship! Thanks to all of our sponsors for making this a reality!
The district has student learning groups headed to many spots around the globe! China, the Dominican Republic, Hawaii and Peru begin now in June.
This testing is open to freshman, juniors, transfers, and students who have not previously taken the test and are participating in school sponsored Fall Athletics.
The board received a presentation on the outcome of the negotiated contract with the teachers union (PLEA) and continued to discuss the financial impacts for the future.
Mr. Voss joins us from Dublin City Schools, where he served as Chief Technology Officer. He replaces outgoing Director of Technology, Keith Pomeroy who will join Upper Arlington City Schools in August.
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Back to School - Senior Schedule Pick Up (Please note times)
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM Back to School - Junior Schedule Pick Up (Please note times)
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM Back to School - Sophomore Schedule Pick Up (Please note times)