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- Clubs & ActivitiesA-
- Health & SafetyB
- Resources & FacilitiesB+
New Albany-Floyd County Consolidated Schools is a highly rated, public school district located in New Albany, IN. It has 11,637 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 20 to 1. According to state test scores, 63% of students are at least proficient in math and 67% in reading.
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New Albany-Floyd County Consolidated Schools Reviews
My school has helped me pursue my goals in every aspect. First off, I wanted to start a community service club last year and the school supported me every step of the way. As soon as I mentioned the idea to one of my teachers she agreed to be the club advisor right on the spot. Within a couple months, we got the club started and began our activities. Starting off with my senior year my counselor introduced the idea of graduating with my associates degree. From there on, she has helped me get on the right path to pursue that goal. She assisted me with signing up for additional online college courses and she has always been available to me any time I needed assistance with the course work or had any questions. If it wasn't for the administrators helping me pursue my goals, I would not have had this good of a high school experience. They gave me things that I can be proud of for accomplishing. New Albany High School gave me four years that I will never forget.
I completely love NAFCS, teachers were family, students became siblings and the schools themselves were considered a safe place for me to go. Growing up with family problems at home, going to school was a really big buffer. Being away from home for 7 hours plus my extracurricular activities after school was amazing. NAFCS always made me feel safe, for the most part. Of course there were times were the school didnt feel safe, (the false school shooting my sophomore year) we still came together as a family to understand. With everything that is happening in this world, NAHS is still here for us and doing the best they can to check up on us, while also dealing with their families at home. New Albany Floyd county schools makes sure, us the students are feeling okay and they are always doing their best to provide the most support anytime and anyday.
New Albany-Floyd County Consolidated Schools is an excellent school, for there are so many opportunities and programs you can join. For example, at Floyd Central High school, there are endless amount of programs to get involved in. Furthermore, they even have programs for special needs. For example, unified flag football and unified track. The athletics in this school district are all so entertaining. With big rival schools like New Albany and Floyd Central, there is always a game to go to.