New Albany High School

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Our Purpose

  • The New Albany-Plain Local School District is committed to creating a culture of accountability that achieves the best academic and developmental outcomes for each student.

High School News

  • NAHS Students Recognized in National Art Show!

    Three New Albany High School students in Mrs. Montague's Drawing 1 KC and AP Drawing classes have won National Awards for their artwork! This is a huge accomplishment for these students.

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  • Peace Week Begins April 29! T-Shirts are on sale now!

    Gear up now for Peace Week 2019 at New Albany High School. Peace Week shirts are on sale NOW through Wednesday, April 3rd, online. Shirts come in 7 different colors for only $15 and a special edition tie-dye for $18.

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  • 2019 Summer Academy - Registration Now Open

    Want to take PE or Health during the summer? How about sharpening your skills with an ACT or a PSAT/SAT Prep class? Want to be a part of a summer production? Do you need a credit recovery or OST Intervention class? Summer Academy Registration is now open for interested students. Deadlines vary for each class and the PE/Health deadline of April 5 is fast approaching. Register today!

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  • Students Recognized in Governor's Arts Awards!

    Congratulations to our New Albany High School students who have had work juried into the prestigious Governor's Youth Art Exhibition. Two works were accepted for the State Exhibition and 19 works were juried into the Region I Exhibition.

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Class Registration for the 2019-2020 School Year

  • When planning for master scheduling for next school year, it is important that we emphasize the significance of the registration process. We will kick off registration with Curriculum Week beginning January 28, 2019.  During this week, counselors and administration will present registration process, course offerings, educational options and graduation requirements to students.

    Please take the time to be mindful of student course selections. Based upon these initial student requests, we will determine which courses will and will not be offered, what additional staffing we may need, and when course sections should be offered to allow for students to get all or the majority of their course requests.

    Due to building the master schedule based upon initial student requests, schedule change requests will be highly unlikely. With all of this in mind, please take careful consideration when choosing student course requests for the 2019-20 school year.

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