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Campus History

Our Campus Building History

It may be hard to believe, but many of the New Albany - Plain Local School District campus buildings are now over 20 years in age or are approaching that age.

Please see a brief history below of the buildings that make up the New Albany - Plain Local Schools campus and their dates of construction. 

Based on the configuration of buildings for 2022-23 school year.

Annex Building

constructed in 1925
currently no students

  • Housing departments; custodial, technology and food service
  • Provides storage for grounds crew vehicles equipment, etc.
  • Houses the the New Albany Food Pantry

New Albany High School 
multiple buildings and capacity with all buildings up to 1500

  • Main academic constructed in 1994, addition in 2004
  • Arts Building constructed in 1994
  • Gymnasium Building, constructed in 1994
  • Library/Media Building, constructed in 1994
  • 261,295 square footage
Peace Week
New Albany Primary School

New Albany Primary School (formerly the 2-5 Building)
built in 1999

  • Capacity is approx. 1200
  • Housing grades 1 - 3
  • 126,169 square footage 
Primary Cafeteria
New Albany Middle School

New Albany Middle School 
built in 2001-2002

  • Capacity 1200
  • Housing grades 7 & 8
  • 155,172 square footage

Middle School & High School Cafeteria/Gymnasium

  • Building houses cafeteria service for middle and high school
  • Gymnasium is for middle school
Fro Yo guy
Early Learning Center

New Albany Early Learning Center
(formerly K-1) 2002

  • Capacity at any one point in time seeing that it houses 1/2 day kindergarten programs and all day first grade is 489 students.
  • In 2016-17 approx. 650 there now seeing that all but three classes of kindergarten were 1/2 day programs.
  • Capacity - 600
  • 69,066 square footage
Veterans Day at ELC
McCoy Center for the Arts

Jeanne B. McCoy Center for the Arts

  • Partnership between the district, the City of New Albany & Plain Township
  • Managed by the Columbus Association for the Performing Arts (CAPA) 
McCoy Center for the Arts
New Albany Intermediate School

New Albany Intermediate School
(formerly the 2-8 Building)
fully open in 2015

  • Capacity 1200
  • Housing grades 4 - 6
  • 150,000 square footage
Veterans Day at Intermediate
Easton E3 Lab

Easton E3 Land Lab & Solar House


  • Completed and fully functioning in 2018
  • Used by students grades Pre-k-12
  • It is a solar powered house focused on E3; Energy, Engineering & the Environment.
Experiment at the E3 building