New Albany-Plain Local School District is an elite, public school district located in New Albany, OH. It has 4,821 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 16 to 1. According to state test scores, 85% of students are at least proficient in math and 88% in reading.
Elementary Schools in New Albany-Plain Local School District
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New Albany-Plain Local School District Reviews
My experience at New Albany High School was exceptional! I transferred from a very low education level school and I was very behind, the teachers worked with me and helped me catch up. I went from being the new kid at the end of my freshmen year to the entire school knowing me by name by the end of my senior year. I was the coach of the dance team lead by students, I was on the drill team, I opened people's comfort zones and helped people make friends and talk about their problems. If it weren't for New Albany I wouldn't be the person I am today.
My experience at New Albany has been an okay time. Now that I am a senior, I have relized that a lot of things are happened to please outside sources. Extra curricular things are happened just because with no genuine reason and that is what is so bad. If teachers and administrators don’t care the students have no reason. The best thing about the school is trying to include everybody through our house system, it is similar to the organization in Harry Potter. The entire school is divided into eight houses and compete in house games at the end of the year and then games throughout the year. The games through the year are geared towards community service. For example, seeing which house wins for the most cans brought in with a two month period. Over all the school is great and has some sense of community.
There is a diverse environment of race and gender, but is mostly upper class. The location has very low crime and is very suburban. There is not very diverse religious affiliation and the school is close to a Catholic Church. The counseling department is not very good and since the levy failed two years, a lot of teachers, programs, and resources were cut. But, they built a giant new school!