New Albany High School


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

  • New Albany Roundup: Gabby Bittner blazes trail for hockey program

    Gabby Bittner admits that her presence on the New Albany High School hockey team can lead to some delicate situations, one of which is that she has her own locker room whenever and wherever the Eagles play.

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  • 2018-19 AP Updates for Students and Parents

    The administration of 2018-19 Advanced Placement Assessments is quickly approaching. The intent of this update is to provide you with information regarding important dates, fee deadlines and an overview of the AP assessment process. AP Assessment fees are due on February 15, 2019.

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  • NAHS In The News - Ailment inspires Ethan Yudovich to write book

    Because of his last name, Ethan Yudovich was the final honoree during the New Albany High School swimming and diving program’s senior night ceremonies Jan. 22. As a result, the news that was shared when coach Dave Wharton read Yudovich’s biography seemed to have that much more of an impact.

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  • Order Your Yearbook Today!

    It's never too early to order the memories that will be with you for a lifetime. Contact Tom Cross at with questions. If you have not collected your yearbook from past years, please email to arrange pick up.

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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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