Living in New Albany, OH

New Albany, Ohio Public Schools: An Excellent Education

For years now, New Albany has been synonymous with excellent public schools.

It’s a reputation that is well-deserved! After all, The New Albany-Plain Local School district has earned countless awards over the years at all grade levels!

For one thing, this school district is the only district in the entire state of Ohio in which every school has been designated a National Blue Ribbon School of Excellence by the U.S. Department of Education.

What’s more, all of the schools have been accredited by the North Carolina Association of Colleges and Schools.

New Albany, OH Public Education

The New Albany-Plain Local School district, which covers an area of 26 square miles, is comprised of eight buildings on one centrally-located campus that serve grades k-12.

Connected by tree-lined walkways and surrounded by an expansive nature preserve, these schools serve roughly 4,000 students.

Here’s a breakdown of the four schools that comprise this school district as well as how they stack up academically in the state:

New Albany High School

  • General School Information
    • 7600 Fodor Road
    • New Albany, Ohio 43054
    • Phone: 614-413-8300
    • Fax: 614-413-8301
    • Attendance: 614-413-8100
    • Bldg Secretary: Annie Looker
    • Principal: Scott Stewart
    • Asst. Principal: Ric Stranges
    • Dean of Students: Regina LeMaster
    • http://new-albany.k12.oh.us
  • Amenities
    • This four-year comprehensive high school had to be expanded in 1996 because of population growth. As part of that expansion project, the school built a natatorium, which hosts home meets for the New Albany Swimming and Diving team. It is open to both the community and students. Then in 2008, officials built the McCoy Center for the Arts, which is a multi-use art center on campus.
  • Awards
    • Nationally recognized as a School of Excellence.
  • Academic Performance
    • Students in the 10th grade at this school performed at a 98 percent proficiency rate on the Ohio Graduation Test’s reading portion in 2011.
    • Comparatively, the state average for reading was 87 percent in 2011. 
    • These students performed at a 97 percent proficiency rate on the social studies portion of the test.
    • The state average for social studies in that year was 80 percent. 
    • These students performed at a 94 percent proficiency rate on the science portion of the test.
    • The state average for science in that year was 75 percent. 
    • These students performed at a 99 percent proficiency rate on the writing portion of the test.
    • The state average for writing in that year was 90 percent. 
    • These students performed at a 98 percent proficiency rate on the math portion of the test.
    • The state average for math in that year was 83 percent.

New Albany Middle School

  • General School Information 
    • 6600 Dublin Granville Road
    • New Albany, Ohio 43054
    • Phone: 614-413-8500
    • Fax: 614-413-8501
    • Bldg Secretary: Francean Hughes
    • Principal: Andy Culp
    • Asst. Principal: Jamie Lusher
    • http://new-albany.k12.oh.us
  • Academic Performance
    • During the 2010-11 school year, 6th graders at this school met growth expectations on the state reading test, although they were below expectations on the math test.
    • Also in that year, 7th graders met expectations on the state reading test and exceeded expectations on the math test.
    • Meanwhile, 8th graders were below expectations on both the math and reading tests in that year.

New Albany 2-5 Elementary

  • General Information
    • 87 North High Street
    • New Albany, Ohio 43054
    • Phone: 614-413-8600
    • Fax: 614-413-8601
    • Attendance: 614-413-8100
    • 2-5 Y-Club: 614-413-7992
    • 2-3 Secretary: Bernadette Macchi
    • 4-5 Secretary: Sherrie Kauffman
    • Principal Grades 2-3: Robin Ryan
    • Principal Grades 4-5: Chris Briggs
    • http://new-albany.k12.oh.us
  • Academic Performance
    • During the 2010-11 school year, 4th graders at this school were above growth expectations on the state’s reading test as well as the state’s writing test.
    • During that same year, 5th graders were also above growth expectations on the state’s reading and writing tests.

New Albany K-1 Elementary

  • General School Information
    • 5101 Swickard Woods Blvd.
    • New Albany, Ohio 43054
    • Phone: 614-413-8700
    • Fax: 614-413-8701
    • Attendance: 614-413-8100
    • K-1 Y-Club: 614-413-8732
    • Bldg Secretary: Ginger Collins
    • Principal: Deloris McCafferty
    • http://new-albany.k12.oh.us

Relocating Your Family to the New Albany, Ohio Real Estate Market

Excellent schools are just one reason why so many people are eager to relocate to the New Albany, OH area.

We also boast convenient access to such major metropolitan cities like Columbus as well as excellent residential communities.

If you would like to learn more about the many reasons to relocate to New Albany, please contact us, Kate & Tony Thomas, today!

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