High School News

  • October 9, 2019 Edition

    All the news from NAHS including important events in the latest edition of "Biweekly Eagle Update." Newsletters are sent directly to parent email addresses listed in PowerSchool. Not receiving emails? Please contact the Communications Department at news@napls.us.

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  • PSAT for Grades 9-11 Occurs Wednesday, October 16.

    Please read for important information about the PSAT test that is scheduled for Grades 10-11 and the PSAT 8/9 test scheduled for Grade 9 this coming Wednesday. Students should check their email after 4pm on Monday, October 14 to learn their testing location. Students should arrive promptly at 8am on testing day with required items.

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  • Global Education At NAPLS

    Join us for our Global Education Travel Information Night on Thursday, October 24 at 6:30 p.m. in the MS Cafeteria. Learn about all the fascinating places NAPLS students can visit in 2021. Don't forget to RSVP at www.napls.us/travel2021

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  • STEM Inspires NAHS Students to Develop App

    Meghana Karthic and Rita Kret, both juniors at New Albany, have noticed that the transition between middle and high school has a fatal effect on girls� interest in technology.

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  • AWS Girls' Tech Day - October 19

    Our local community partner Amazon Web Services will sponsor a Girls' Tech Day for Central Ohio in October. Girls' Tech Day, is a learning workshop emphasizing science, technology, engineering, the arts, and math (STEAM) for girls. Register by Oct. 7

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  • Homecoming Week in New Albany

    Welcome home New Albany! Please join us for the 2019 Homecoming Parade - September 27. Step off is 6 p.m. from the Early Learning Center! Homecoming Dance Saturday, Sept. 28, 8 p.m. NAHS Gym.

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  • The 2019 Eagle Yearbook Has Arrived!

    Yearbooks will be distributed from 2:55 � 3:15 pm on Monday 9/23, Tuesday 9/24, and Thursday 9/26 in the Jefferson Room. Students can request their book to be held in Room L206 or be sent to the Welcome Center by emailing cross.1@napls.us.

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  • What Parents Can Do To Help Prevent Vaping & Other Drug Use By Their Teen

    Parents will learn why teens do drugs, the early warning signs for involvement, parental monitoring, use of consistent discipline, taking a clear stand on drugs, family communication, and concerned parents can achieve results! DARE Officer Kelly to discuss what drugs your teen could be exposed to in New Albany, Ohio. Read more for dates and location.

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  • Thank You High School Teams & Organizations for Supporting the Walking Classic

    Thank you to our high school and middle school teams & organizations for supporting the Healthy New Albany Walking Classic on September 15. Your service was greatly appreciated!

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  • 16 National Merit Semifinalists at NAHS

    Congratulations to our 16 students designated as National Merit Semifinalists in the Class of 2020! Wishing you all the best as you pursue finalists standing. More individualized information to come next week!

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  • In the news: Volunteering earns New Albany�s Olivia Pollack a Congressional Award

    Olivia Pollack began volunteering when she was 5 years old. The 16-year-old New Albany resident�s introduction to service began when her mother, Leslie Cash, encouraged Pollack and her siblings -- Madeline Pollack, 22, and Tommy Pollack, 20 -- to collect canned goods throughout the community for area food pantries.

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  • NAHS Marching Eagle's First Halftime Show lands Aug. 30

    Nostalgia might factor into the halftime performances this football season. Music from the Beatles and Huey Lewis and the News will be included in the marching band's shows, according to band director Darren Falk.

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  • NAPLS presents Dr. Kristen Lee: Helping students manage stress

    Applying the R Factor is the focus of 2019-2020. The first topic is managing student stress and the district is bringing the Lead Faculty for Behavioral Science at Northeastern University in Boston, Dr. Kristen Lee Sept. 17.

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  • Global Academic Learning - Field Studies

    Join us for an information night for parents & students, Thursday, August 29 at 7pm in the High School Mini-Theater. Learn about all the field study trips planned over the next four years.

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  • Senior College Planning & Financial Aid Information

    Senior parents and students should attend to learn more about the application process, available resources for families and more. Join us on Thursday, September 5 at 7pm in the McCoy Theater.

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  • In the news: New Albany senior Naomi Patel delivers school supplies on visit to India

    Aug. 15 was Naomi Patel�s first day back at school. But in June, the New Albany High School senior visited a school very different from her own -- a 10-by-8-foot room built for about 50 students taught by one teacher.

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  • Underclassmen Parking Permit Application - CLOSED

    The Underclassmen Parking Permit Application is now closed due to the high number of applications received. The application may reopen at a later date once parking permits have been distributed to valid current applicants.

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  • NAHS Theatre Presents PIPPIN

    Ye Olde New Albany High School Theatre Department is proud to present PIPPIN as its summer musical! See it before NAHS Theatre takes it on the road to the Fringe Festival in Edinburgh, Scotland.

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  • Madelynn Pace-Chizmar delivers the parent thank you

    From kissing our boo-boos, to preparing our meals, being the first face we saw after a performance or sporting event, to fixing our hair before a school dance, our parents have been by our side since day one.

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  • Valentina Di Lorenzo delivers the staff thank you

    What our school lacks (mind you, it doesn�t lack much) is made up for by filling our wide campus with patient bus drivers, kind custodians, influential administration, and of course, the energetic and empathetic teachers who come to work everyday with hopes of molding us into high achieving citizens.

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