After the passing of the 24.4 mill school levy, local campaigners have much to celebrate about, however, a more permanent solution still needs to be found. With 2009 looming, the Village council now has its eye on improving school facilities.
Whilst the local schools are excellent, there is always room for improvement to ensure they remain excellent and well equipped against the competition!
Currently the area is so popular that the student population has outgrown the capacity available, therefore there needs to be provisions made for this. Rather than construct a new school, the board has decided after failed attempts to suggest a new middle school, to use the 1925 building on 79 North High Street to house students as a temporary measure.
There is talk of a permanent 2 mil levy although there are no firm plans. The district is naturally focused on its main concern, the students themselves and their academic achievement. The best way to ensure that students thrive is to put them in the best equipped surroundings for them to grow! New Albany certainly offers much to do for children of all ages – from many events throughout the year, its proximity to Columbus as well as all of the Leisure Trails for walking and cycling there is a high quality of life on offer for all.
With a really booming level of development, a robust local economy and a great selection of housing available in an area offering high living standards it is no wonder that so many people are planning on relocating to New Albany and the surrounding area.
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