A
Overall Niche Grade
How are grades calculated?
  1. Academics
    A-
  2. Diversity
    B+
  3. Teachers
    A+
  4. College Prep
    A-
  5. Clubs & Activities
    A
  6. Health & Safety
    A
  7. Administration
    A
  8. Sports
    A
  9. Food
    A
  10. Resources & Facilities
    A
Address
2813 Grant Line Rd
New Albany, IN 47150
Telephone
(812) 949-4200
Website

New Albany-Floyd County Consolidated Schools Rankings

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Academics

Percent Proficient - Reading
72%
Percent Proficient - Math
70%
Average Graduation Rate
91%
Average SAT
1140
262 responses
Average ACT
27
167 responses
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Students

Diversity
B+
Based on racial and economic diversity and survey responses on school culture and diversity from students and parents.
Students
11,205
Free or Reduced Lunch
44.3%

Teachers

Student-Teacher Ratio
20:1
National
16:1
Average Teacher Salary
Teachers in First/Second Year

Finances

Total Expenses
$124,144,000
Expenses Per Student
$10,991/ student
National
$12,239
Education Expenses
  • Instruction
    57%
  • Support Services
    38%
  • Other
    5%

New Albany-Floyd County Consolidated Schools Reviews

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My personal experience with the public schools has been just fine. High school's a bit of a game; don't expect to learn anything in your required classes. If you want to be prepared for college, you MUST take advanced (IB or AP) classes. There were kids in my freshman/sophomore "honors" English classes who would whine about being asked to write a five-paragraph paper and only wanted to read teen fiction. Grade inflation is an enormous problem at NAHS because they want to bump up graduation rates. When I saw certain students who had gotten into National Honors Society, I thought, "That's not fair; they're getting easy A's in regular classes while I'm working ten times as hard to get A's in IB/AP classes." There are lots of students being pushed to go to college who aren't ready or can't afford it. As for the elementary and middle schools, they might get undeserved notoriety because of scandals or poverty rates or whatever, but if you/your kid are/is smart, you/they'll do just fine.
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New Albany- Floyd County schools not only provide the students with the best possible programs for the advancement of their futures. They also provide extracurricular activities and clubs that greatly enhance your resume for both college and job applications. Even if you're not a person who wishes to go to a secondary school they provide a prosser program so that you may earn licenses to practice a variety of different things. Such as pilot, firefighter, EMT, computer programming, beauty license, and other programs. New Albany- Floyd County schools do an amazing job providing for students.
New Albany-Floyd County Schools are the most genuinely caring schools you can attend. My academic career stared at Grant Line Elementary where I learned compassion, respect, and love. Grant Line prepared me extremely well for when it was time to move on. Rather than teach me lessons it let me experience them for myself, Scribner Middle School taught me "reality." Scribner made me reflect on who I wanted to be. However, Junior year was my hardest year because it made me question who exactly I was. I had the decision to make of possibly jeopardizing my academic career for a little fun.I had to ask myself "why am i not like everyone else?" Thankfully all my years in NAFCS allowed me to make the right decisions. I was given advice that I will forever be grateful for. It is going to be my senior year of high school this fall and I have never felt more assured and confident. Now that I am nearing the end of this review I realize how thankful and grateful I am to have attended NAFCS.