New Albany High School

Virtual Curriculum Night - January 31, 2022

Dear Upcoming & Current NAHS Families,


We invite you to attend our Virtual Curriculum Night on Monday, January 31 from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. which includes presentations from our school counselors and a curriculum fair.


Our school counselors will lead grade specific presentations to review the scheduling process, graduation requirements, and future planning. The curriculum fair will be open throughout the event. Virtual links will be provided for access to breakout sessions with teachers from each academic department. Teachers will be available to answer questions about course sequence, course recommendations, and course standards in those sessions. Click here to access the Program of Studies and Registration Grid. More information about these sessions and the links to join will be sent next week.


8th grade presentation (Current 8th): This presentation will provide information related to overall high school orientation, graduation requirements, course highlights, scheduling tips, registration timeline, and upcoming events. Click here to access the Rising 9th Grade Registration Grid.


College and Career Planning (Current 9th & 10th): This presentation will review information about a student’s first steps in their college and career paths, including the application and college search process. You can access additional information in our NAHS College Guidebook and NAHS Financial Aid and Scholarship Information.


College Credit Plus (CCP) Overview (Current 11th): This presentation will include both on-campus and off-campus college credit plus courses and the state guidelines. If your student is considering taking a CCP class next year, we strongly recommend you attend this presentation.


We look forward to your participation on January 31.


Thank you,


Ken Kraemer

Curriculum Night Schedule

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The New Albany-Plain Local School District is committed to creating a culture of accountability that achieves the best academic and development outcomes for each student.