Student course requests for the 2017-18 school year are viewable in PowerSchool. On June 2, 2017, students will be able to see their 2017-18 schedules in PowerSchool. Deadline to submit an Appeal Request Form is June 9. Click to view required criteria to submit an appeal.
This student produced video says it all. An outpouring of support for Principal Carter and his Team! Finishing the Year Strong!
The Jeffrey C. Stuart Exhibition of Finalists celebrates the work of NAHS Seniors through Senior Seminar and elevates students to present before the entire Senior & Junior class.
View the final exam schedule and download and print the permission form for early dismissal. This form is REQUIRED to leave campus early after final exams and is due on Tuesday, May 23.
Congratulations to Emily Cook, a Junior at New Albany High School for earning a National Medal in the 2017 Scholastic Art & Writing Awards, presented by the Alliance for Young Artists & Writers.
Shop for your summer reading selections and help support the PTO at the same time! Bring the attached flyer to present for all purchases. PTO will be onsite with copies as well.
Just in time for Mother’s Day. The New Albany Eagle Yearbook is offering a Mother’s Day special on New Albany Spirit tapestry tote bags. On Sale Now!
Mrs. Lori Cheney, Special Education teacher at NAHS was one of 40 teachers selected from across the country to attend a four-day professional development opportunity at Parris Island.
Peace Week for New Albany High School is on the way and will feature; UNCHAINED: fashion for a cause, Cultures of the World, Peace Talks, Senior Seminar Exhibition, Senior Walk, the Peace Games and the NAHS tradition of Lunch on the Lawn.
Imagine the scene seeing nearly 400 seniors on Friday April 28 dressed in their graduation caps and gowns flooding our entire campus to invite staff or faculty members to hand them their diploma at commencement!
The school year is almost over and the yearbook sales are coming to a close. A yearbook makes a great graduation gift or a nice way to say “we’re proud of you” for a year of hard work.
Congrats to these seniors who signed last week to take their education & game to the next level. Best of luck Eagles!
A central Ohio premiere of Anne Washburn's brilliant MR. BURNS, a post-electric play that--according to Ben Brantley of The New York Times--will "leave you dizzy with the scope and dazzle of its ideas".
Senior Aaron Westbrook demonstrates how his devices are made using a 3D printing process and how he is making the raw materials from recycled coffee cups for Mrs. Love's Biomedical Science Interventions Class.
NAHS Science Olympiad teams made history on March 11. In a clean sweep, placing first & second at the 2017 Grandview Heights Regional Science Olympiad competition.
The NAHS First Robotics Team is headed to the Miami Valley regional this week (Thursday - Saturday). The event is free for anyone looking to attend. Follow them on social media for all the results!
Our Chamber Orchestra traveled to Pittsburgh March 2-4 for the National Orchestra Festival. They attended educational string sessions, and visited the Carnegie Science Center and Andy Warhol Museum.
Congratulations to NAHS Senior Anitra Karthic, named a Coca Cola Scholar out of 86,000 applicants across the country. Along with the designation, she will receive a $20,000 scholarship from the Coca Cola Scholars Foundation.
When Amit Greenshtein was 9 years old, his family moved from Haifa, Israel, the only home he’d known, to New Albany. He hasn’t yet lived half of his life here, but Greenshtein, a senior at NAHS, has already made a lasting impact on the school and the community.
Project Lead the Way Biomedical Science Students got glowing results in lab this week. As they study inheritance, these students processed DNA samples to determine the presence of sickle cell disease and predict the inheritance pattern of future grandchildren.
The submission deadline for senior pictures for the Class of 2017 has been extended. Please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org a JPEG of the image on or before March 1, 2017.
NAHS is offering junior students two opportunities for ACT test preparation in March. Programs are offered at different times allowing students to choose what works best for their schedule. Read more for class dates, times and program costs.
On February 11 our varsity team brought home the seventh place trophy from the Mentor High School Science Olympiad. Congratulations to our teams and all of the individual winners.
Congratulations to these student athletes for bringing their best to every game and for what they do to inspire off the court. We are proud of this team and their impact on our community every day.
Congratulations to Freshman, Mia Lachey and Senior, Carson Barnes on being named Eagle Student Athletes of the Week in January representing NAHS Swim Team. They excel in the pool, the classroom and through their works of service.
NAHS Varsity Team brings home 2nd place at Sylvania Southciew Competition February 4, while Junior Varsity brings home 8th place!
If so, click to watch an important video and complete the required Letter of Intent. This is the first required step to be eligible to take any course for college credit.
NAHS Cheer Tryout Informational Meeting - Wednesday - February 8, 2017 at 7 p.m. in the Middle School Cafeteria for cheerleaders and parents. Tryouts for the 2017-18 school year will be March 20-23, 2017!
Congrats to these NAHS Seniors, Jessica Von Zastrow, Jack Hutchinson, Monica Mendoza and Gukel Rajan on their selection as the New Albany Kiwanis Students of the Month!
Conferences will be held on Tuesday, February 7 and Thursday, February 9, from 3:40 p.m. through 7:10 p.m. Click for details and a link to scheduling site.
Student course verification forms will be sent home with students tomorrow. Parents are asked to sign and return the verification form to your child's English teacher by Friday, February 3. This is your last opportunity to make any changes to your course requests.
As of January 27, seventh semester transcripts are now ready to start being processed for your college mid-year reports. Click to learn more.
Dress up or dress down, but wear white in our black light because this is going to be a fun night! Winter Formal will take place this Saturday, January 28th in the NAHS Gymnasium from 8-11 p.m. Tickets on sale now
Don't forget to order & remember your NAHS memories! Enjoy all of the great moments from the 2016-2017 school year!
Raegen Elwer, a junior on the Girls Varsity Basketball Team, has demonstrated the value of a positive work ethic. Recently, in a game against Olentangy Orange, Raegen scored a career high 23 points.
Congrats to senior Anitra Karthic. 1,914 Semifinalists were chosen among nearly 86,000 applicants this year based on their outstanding leadership, academics, and dedication to their community.
A great launch to the Science Olympiad season! Our HS teams were amazing at the Westlake Invitational this past weekend. Competing against 59 teams (with 10 of them being top teams from Ohio and Michigan), our teams performed and finished Eighth overall.
The NAHS Spirit Wear sale is on now! Click the link at this post to view the catalog of items available, including some winter gear.
Congratulations to our NAHS Football Team for being recognized for their hard work on the field and in the classroom. Congratulations to the team and our coaching staff. Go Eagles!
Support our talented students at NAHS as they provide a night of song, dance and fun on the McCoy Stage! Advance tickets will be sold during lunch periods and you may also pay at the door.
There are still copies to available for purchase! Anyone interested in the purchase of a 2016 or earlier book, please contact Eagle advisor Thom Cross. The 2016 book is on sale for $85.00.
Congratulations to these six NAHS Seniors selected by New Albany Kiwanis as their Students of the Month for September, October and November.
NAHS Senior, Aaron Westbrook has been developing prosthetics with a 3-D printer since learning of how to use it in the District's Fab Lab. Now a school-wide recycling effort is helping to provide materials.
Ariana Wilson had the opportunity to travel to Washington D.C. with several students from central Ohio in early November as part of the Rise Sister Rise program. Read more about the group and Ariana's experience.
Mid-Term Exams will occur December 14 -16. Please view the schedule for important information regarding early dismissal permission for students and busing schedules on December 15 and 16.
Congrats to NAHS Senior Nikhil Pramod receiving the Honda-OSU Math Medal Award from a partnership between Honda of America Manufacturing Inc. and The Ohio State University.
The Ohio Board of Education has recognized NAHS for receiving A's on every value-added measure included on the 2016 Ohio School Report Card. Congrats to our students and staff!
Week 12 at NAHS includes highlights from the classroom and House Matball games.
Counseling staff will hold a College Credit Plus Information Night for families grades 6-12 on Monday, November 28, 7 p.m. at the McCoy Center for the Arts.
The enrollment window closes on Thursday, November 24 at 11:59 pm. There are a limited number of spots available. Enroll by November 24 to receive a $200 discount on your trip.
NAHS is full of gifted performers, and here is their chance to share their talents with our entire community. The NAHS PTO is producing the 2nd annual evening of singing, dancing, music and more featuring our high school students.
Congratulations to Brandon DeHass being recognized for his pursuit of excellence in the classroom, on the football field, and for his gracious display of sportsmanship.
The team set a school record and earned the ladies High School All-America Honors as selected by the National Interscholastic Swimming Coaches Association of America.
Why wait to begin your holiday shopping? Check out some great offerings in the online auction and support NAHS Robotics Digital Eagles!
SPIRIT DAY/NIGHT at RAISING CANE’S is 12 - 9 p.m. Monday, November 14, 2016! Take the night off from cooking and pick up some take out or dine in at the Gahanna RAISING CANE’S.
Maci Bingman & Redd Ingram were among thirty-three students from around Franklin County who were recognized for their scholastic and artistic achievements on November 1.
This week's story includes lessons in the classroom, sports updates, and other fun events.
Show your team spirit by supporting the New Albany Theatre Boosters. Come to Chipotle at 5375 New Albany Rd West in Columbus on Wednesday, November 9 between 4 p.m. and 8 p.m.
Alyssa, a junior at NAHS, leads in the classroom on the course and in the community. As the Cross Country Team's leading runner, she has consistently finished among the top runners this fall.
Seniors in the Biological Innovations Senior Capstone Course presented a summary of their work through poster sessions to parents, community members and the NAHS Science Department.
School Counselors are offering late afternoon and early evening appointment times for students and their families. Click for details and a link to scheduling website.
This Friday, October 14, New Albany High School Key Club will be hosting the Car Smash to Beat out Cancer event near the entrance to the stadium! All proceeds will benefit the Stefanie Spielman Fund.
Congratulations to two of our Girls Tennis team members on being named Eagle Athletes of the Week. They are the only players in New Albany history to serve as team captains for three seasons.
This week's story includes over 200 tweets about Homecoming Week, classroom activities, and athletic updates. It also includes a few articles worth reading and a video worth watching.
Yearbooks for the 2015-16 School Year have arrived. Please make arrangements to pick up yours today with Mr. Thom Cross. See the web story for details.
NAHS celebrated Homecoming with various events and activities throughout the week. Congratulations to Homecoming Queen - Victoria Boals & Homecoming King - Ben Bohman.
Daisy, a NAHS Senior, is being recognized for her pursuit of excellence in the classroom and for her leadership on campus and in the community.
Jacob, a senior, is being recognized for his pursuit of excellence in the classroom and for volunteering in our community through Relay for Life, benefiting the American Cancer Society
This event offers NAPLS families the opportunity to explore a variety of colleges and speak directly with admissions representatives. This a great introduction to the college search process. Over 250 colleges will be represented.
The NAMS PTO is creating the Learning Community Directory for the current school year. The publication costs $20 and proceeds will directly benefit the NAMS PTO. Click for details and order form.
Just as the leaves begin to change every fall, senior football players head over to the K-1 to read to kindergarten and first grade students! For some, it is a bit of a homecoming as they reconnect with a teacher who may have taught them in 2004-2005!
Congrats to the alumni community member who were recognized for their athletic achievements and service to NAHS on Friday, September 9 in a ceremony prior to the Eagles Home Football Opener vs. Licking Heights. #NAHSBetterTogether
The New Albany Theatre Boosters is hosting a Rummage Sale on Saturday, October 8, 2016 from 8:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. Donate your items Friday - Oct. 7 from 4-7 p.m.
This New Albany High School Senior sought to change the way milk is stored when he designed a simple and effective gadget that lets users identify the quality of their milk.
We congratulate Mr. Steve Gehlert as the new Principal at Westland High School and welcome Mr. Michael Carr to serve as an Interim Assistant Principal at NAHS for the new school year.
Join us in welcoming New Albany Elementary Music Teacher LeNora Angles to New Albany High School where she will serve as the Dean of Students for the 2016-17 school year.
Selected to provide the parent thank you, Cassidy Platte turns the spotlight back on the parents, "Mom and Dad, I am so unbelievably proud of you. I have learned so much from you."
Selected to deliver the keynote speech at commencement 2016, Charles Zhang encourages classmates to "FORGE your own path, one with your own passions, goals, relationships, and experiences.
Selected to provide the "Staff Thank You" at Commencement, Parker Edman shares, "Something I want all of our teachers and staff to see, is that you have taught us so much more than what can be found in any textbook, packet, or lecture."
For the 315 members of the class of 2016, May 19 was a major moment as students, staff and parents gathered to salute them!
Max & Erma's on Hamilton Road will be hosting a fundraiser all day Monday, May 9 to benefit the NAHS Drone Club. See the post for details and the flyer image.
Didn't you always want to tell that teacher or staff member what they meant to you when you were in school? Our Seniors do! Seniors canvass the campus to locate that teacher or staff member who has made an impact on their educational experience at NAHS!
Peace Week at NAHS is on the way and will feature; UNCHAINED: fashion for a cause, Cultures of the World, Senior Seminar Exhibition, Senior Walk, the Peace Games and the NAHS tradition of Lunch on the Lawn.
It is hard to believe, but we will be celebrating the Class of 2016 on May 28! Celebrate your NAHS Eagle Graduate with a banner! Proceeds benefit the NAHS PTO.
"Double, double, toil and trouble, fire burn and cauldron bubble." Macbeth, a bloody story of murder most foul, is coming to New Albany High School.
Tickets are on sale now for Juniors and Seniors. Click to purchase online and view event details.
Congratulations to our NAHS A Cappella Choir & Wind Ensemble for their Superior Ratings at the Ohio Music Education Association Competition!
February 24 - 26, New Albany High School students and staff had the opportunity to work with the author-in-residence, Mindy McGinnis. Students may submit an essay based on her visit to win a $500 college scholarship.
Announcing the New Albany High School Dress Drive! The NAHS PTO is working with a wonderful organization Fairy Goodmothers to collect gowns and other formal wear items for students.
If you are interested in earning college credit in high school, but missed the information night, we have the recording online. Representatives from OSU, CSCC and others presented an overview of the program. Click for the video.
Inspired teaching brings out the creativity in our NAHS students again this year as student artwork is recognized by the Scholastic Art Awards Competition at CCAD.
Please mark your calendars and make plans to attend the High School Curriculum Fair on January 27, 2016 from 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm in the HS/MS Cafeteria.
Competing against 46 other schools, NAHS students’ hard work helped them win medals and ribbons in eight events and bring home the overall Eighth Place Trophy at the 2016 Kenston Science Olympiad Invitational January 16, 2016.
Order and reserve your 2015-2016 Eagle Yearbook today. Chronicling a year in the life at New Albany High School. Don’t miss out on all of the memories of the 2015 - 2016 school year!
Don't miss your chance on Cyber Monday, November 30 to reserve your 2016 Yearbook at a reduced rate. Show your Eagle Pride and place your order Nov. 30!
Commissioners celebrated local high school students that exemplify excellence in academic disciplines and/or visual and performing arts. Thirty-two students from around Franklin County were recognized.
A rare mid-season opportunity leads to a dream fulfilled for New Albany High School 2014 graduate Abbey Pryor as she was selected to take the field as a member of The Ohio State University Marching Band on October 12, 2015.
NAHS is full of gifted performers, and here is their chance to share their talents with our entire community. The NAHS PTO is producing an evening of singing, dancing, music and more featuring our high school students.
NAHS Students collect nearly 10,000 canned food items during the Annual Trick or Treat so Tots Can Eat Food Drive. Their efforts will benefit local food pantries in the Columbus area. Click to view photos.
The next big fundraiser for the HS PTO is a book fair at the Easton Barnes & Noble on 11/5/2015. It's an opportunity to begin some holiday shopping and help the PTO at the same time.
Pick up your 2015 yearbook beginning Monday, Oct. 5 in the Jefferson Room after school. Pick up continues on Tuesday, Oct. 6.
Thank to all who attended, planned and participated in the Powder Puff Football event on Sept. 30. It was an amazing night for NAHS students and this annual tradition.
NAHS students participated in the All Equal Assembly on Friday, Sept. 18, when Hollister Co. launched "live" their #HCoAllEqual campaign, a world-wide effort to talk about respect and to counter bullying.
250 custom New Albany agendas are available for sale. They are durable enough to stand the wear and tear of the year. They also feature custom pages featuring House rooms, dates of dances, varsity sports schedules, SAT/ACT Test dates, and other useful things.
Powderpuff is an inter-house all female football tournament during Homecoming Week. Each House fields a team of girls, usually coached by the boys, to take on the other houses in order to win points towards the house cup.
NAHS, along with our partner Education First is offering two Global Student Leader Summits in 2016. These are amazing opportunities for students to take part in a combined educational tour and leadership conference, tackling significant global issues in places where they come to life. Each Summit empowers students today to start becoming leaders of tomorrow. Click to learn more.
The search for a new College Counselor at NAHS is complete. Mrs. Drugan is highly recommended by outgoing College Counselor Jeff Stahlman as he has known of her work for several years.
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.
NAHS Graduate Mollie Koval was selected to thank the staff. "At no point in my high school career did I see a teacher with anything less than a lifelong passion for their content, their profession, and their students," read more...
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!
TRECA and Eastland Fairfield are offering various classes this summer. Click to learn more about class options and registration instructions.
What to wear, where to be, what you need to know leading up to this major milestone! Get all the info you need regarding NAHS graduation on June 6 at 10 AM at the Battelle Grand Ballroom.
Congratulations to our NAHS students who participated in this year's Junior Statesman of America Spring Conference held at The State House in downtown Columbus April 25.
The 2015 Final Exam Schedule for this spring is now posted. View exam schedules and important transportation and cafe services information.
A week dedicated to philanthropy, culture, service and community featuring major events Peace Talks, Unchained:the fashion show, Peace Games and Lunch on the Lawn.
Don’t miss out! If you were one of the unfortunate people who did not buy tickets for the fall play and missed all of the excitement, you do not have to repeat that disappointment this spring. Tickets are still on sale for the musical Urinetown!
Urinetown, The Muscial provides satirical entertainment and laughter through a wonderfully witty, dark comedy with a musical twist.
Join the Team. Get Hired. Get Trained. Become a Lifeguard today at the New Albany Plain Township Pool. (Applicants must be 16 years of age)
Spring break 2016, NAHS is teaming up with EF (Education First!) and traveling to Iceland! This is not just any trip. It is a HS Global Student Leaders Summit on "The Future of Energy."
As New Albany High School expands its classrooms beyond the campus, opportunities for travel provide students with hands on learning, including a recent tour of Costa Rica.
Two New Albany High School / Eastland Career Center juniors have been recognized with an invitation to join the National Technical Honor Society.
High school procedures for parent drop-off/pick-up, walkers and bikers will change effective April 7, 2015.
Congratulations to members of the New Albany High School Wind Ensemble who received a superior rating at the Ohio Music Education Association District 15 Adjudicated Event on Friday, March 6th.
The cast and crew of The Crucible will be taking the show on the road to the Ohio State Thespian Conference at Bexley High School where they will perform for thespians from around the state.
This summer, NAPLS will offer a limited summer program that includes only Senior Seminar. Alternative options for families seeking a summer experience for either credit recovery or new credit are provided.
Several New Albany High School Art students have been recognized at the Governor’s Art Exhibition, in publications, and the National Scholastic Art competition. Learn more and see their amazing work.
Interested in traveling internationally with other NAHS students and teachers? NAPLS is offering a service-learning tour to Ecuador in June 2016 through Education First (EF). The tour is open to current grade 8-12 students.
This week we will be testing all sophomores along with any juniors or seniors who haven't yet passed the Ohio Graduation Test. Any student who does not have to take the OGT (all freshmen, juniors and seniors who have already passed) will have a late arrival.
Learning outside the classroom takes New Albany High School foreign language students on an “Adventure in Spain!”
The New Albany Science Olympiad moves to the next level of competition after an impressive showing at the West-Liberty Invitational.
The deadline to apply for admission to Kenyon Academic Partnerhip (KAP) courses is April 1, 2015.
Ava is one of three students selected in the state of Ohio to receive this award, recognizing those students who show evidence of integrity and perseverance in the face of adversity.
NAHS Science Olympiad participants advance with a strong showing at the January 31st competition. Team awaits their home school advantage on February 21.
Kavin Vedamoothy, presented his paper on Genotoxicity of Crude Oil: Microenvironment Analysis and Biomarker development in A.thalia at the AAAS conference.
Join Principal Dwight Carter next Tuesday, February 10 at 7:45 am for a discussion on high school curriculum and the scheduling process. The event will take place in the Jefferson Room and is hosted by the NAHS PTO.
The New Albany High School In the Know team makes a strong showing at the Channel 10tv Brain Game. Watch the televised match on March 7th at 7:00 p.m. to follow the team.
It’s not too late to order the 2015 Eagle. Do not miss out on the memories of this exciting school year.
Find out how students and their families can help make the winter brighter through an act of generosity.
The New Albany chapter of Kiwanis, a global service and leadership organization, recognizes seniors with excellent academic, leadership, and service skills in our school and in the local community.
Students in Speech instructor Anne Stidham’s class had the chance to apply their delivery skills before an audience that contained more than just their classmates.
FIRST Robotics Competition, a new afterschool program is now forming at New Albany High School. Read more and watch a video to learn about the amazing opportunities this program has to offer.
A weekly treat for the students of New Albany High School is the student produced program HEN. Learn about this innovative leadership lesson and the exciting way students learn through producing the program.
Ms. Montague’s HS art students in Honors 2D Art and Portfolio/AP Portfolio classes spent a day painting and drawing En Plein Air in Swickard Woods.
Once again, New Albany High School's International Thespian Society troupe will scare away hunger in central Ohio with the annual "Trick or Treat so Tots Can Eat" canned food drive.
Congratulations to Ohio's 8th ranked New Albany Boys Cross Country Team winning the OCC Capital Division title and to senior Dennis Maloney who captured his 3rd consecutive OCC individual title! Read more about the team results and view photos.
For a limited time, the 2014-2015 yearbook is offered for a special price. Be sure to preserve your school memories this year and order a copy today.
Beginning in October, the New Albany High School English classes, in collaboration with the New Albany High School Guidance Department, will bring an important message concerning suicide awareness and prevention to the sophomore students.
Speech instructor Anne Stidhams feeds more than the minds of students with her creative approach to a speech of demonstration.
Art instructor Juliette Montague is featured in School Art: Studio Thinking magazine with a creative lesson plan that has inspired her students to reach to new levels of creativity.
Presented by the Academy of Education Arts and Sciences, the Bammy Award is a cross-discipline award recognizing the contributions of educators from across the nation.
Through hands-on work and deep exposure to the local culture, students learn vital collaboration and problem-solving skills. And, they return home inspired to make a difference. The registration deadline is October 31, 2014.
Principal Dwight Carter and high school staff welcomed parents to campus on Wednesday, September 10, 2014 for an Open House. Check out Principal Carter's presentation to parents.
Need Service Hours? Sign up to be a camp counselor for the Grade 6 Pilgrim Hills camp experience. Click for more details and to submit your application online.
Shared by teacher's Mrs. Montague and Mr. Kuijper, very proud of this achievement and we can't wait to see more from her!
High school Spanish students will have the opportunity to experience Spain during Spring Break, 2015. An information meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, May 27 at 6:15 p.m. in the High School Mini-Theater.
One last time around the Quad! Best of luck to the class of 2014! Thank you for your significant contributions to our learning community!
High School final exams will take place Wednesday, May 28 through Friday, May 30.
As we prepare to close out the school year, the district thanks our Parent Teacher Organizations for their support of our students, staff and learning community over the past year.
More than 30 New Albany students are working to raise awareness for human trafficking by presenting a narrative fashion show during Peace Week on Monday April 21 called “Unchained”.
NAPLS Board of Education recognized the Boys Basketball Eagles for their achievement as OCC Champions!
NAPLS Board of Education recognized members of the 2014 Swim & Dive Team for their achievement at the State Competition.
The Spirit Sprint 5k Run/Walk is now in its fifth year! To date, this event has raised more than $41,000 in support of athletic and extracurricular programming at participating schools.
For New Albany High School senior Ama Koranteng a beginning class in technology opened a world that will become her career focus.
Thanks to our partners for their continued support of our students! Programs are open to all NAHS Seniors.
Over 3,000 students attended the New Albany Science Olympiad recently with many honors going to our New Albany students.
On February 16th, New Albany Senior Carson Hake earned third place at the World Indoor Rowing Championships, called C.R.A.S.H.-Bs in Boston.
New Albany High School In The Know team advances in the Final Eight tournament, which will be televised in late February
New Albany Science Olympiad participants reflect the quality of science education at New Albany in their stellar performance at the multi-state tournament at Wright State University.
NAHS Natatorium has recently partnered with Columbus Scuba to offer our very first Open Water Scuba Diving Certification Course! Read more for details
As part of the curriculum in the American Literature classes, juniors are taking an in-depth look at four Poe short stories and his classic poem, “The Raven.”
Do not miss your chance to purchase a copy of the 2013-2014 High School Yearbook.
Congratulations New Albany! Last Friday afternoon, the Drama Department delivered 5,341 pounds of food to the Mid-Ohio Food Bank as part of the International Thespian Society’s Trick or Treat so Tots Can Eat Annual Service Project.
The NAHS Physics Department is sponsoring a monthly Challenge Problem Contest. The contest is open to all New Albany High School students, faculty and staff.