Lifelong Learning

New Albany Plain Local Schools
All About Kids

At All About Kids, a childcare and learning center at 96 N. High Street provides individual and teacher-facilitated learning activities in a state-of-the-art facility designed to meet the needs of children six weeks to 12 years of age. The center uses the Creative Curriculum®, a comprehensive, research-based curriculum that features exploration and discovery as a way of learning.

Barrington School

The Barrington School provides daycare and early learning experiences, including yoga, dance, music, gymnastics and soccer, at 8415 Walton Parkway. Family owned and operated, Barrington Schools provide care for infants through school-age children with an experienced staff and teacher-student ratios that are below those required by the State of Ohio. Weekly gymnastics, soccer, yoga, dance and music classes.

Columbus Jewish School

The Columbus Jewish Day School serves students from kindergarten through six grades through experiential learning that promotes intellectual, social and emotional growth to create local and global citizens who can strengthen the Jewish community and the world. In addition to rigorous academic experiences, the school helps children discover their authentic selves and their value in the world.

Columbus Metropolitan Library, New Albany Branch

Anchoring the north end of Market Square and adjacent to the new Rose Run Park, the New Albany branch of the Columbus Metropolitan Library is a key attraction for all ages with story time programs for preschoolers, homework help for elementary and secondary school children, research resources, a library garden and access to a vast selection of fiction and nonfiction works for everyone.

Leadership New Albany

The New Albany Chamber of Commerce’s leadership development program is designed to help existing and emerging leaders enhance leadership skills and acquire a better understanding of local business, economic, civic and government operations. Through presentations, panel discussions and behind-the-scenes tours, local leaders share business insights to help emerging leaders become knowledgeable and informed about issues that affect New Albany.

Marburn Academy

Marburn Academy is a nonprofit, independent day school serving bright students who learn differently. Its state-of-the-art programs and teaching methods support students with learning differences such as dyslexia, executive function difficulties and attention issues that prevent them from succeeding in traditional schools. It is recognized as an Apple Distinguished School for 2018-2021 for continuous innovation in learning and teach.

New Albany Early Learning Center

Part of New Albany-Plain Local Schools, the New Albany Early Learning Center preschool staff and administration have earned a 5-Star Quality Rating, the highest rating possible, from the Ohio Department of Education. Specifically developed to support the developmental age and approaches to learning, each classroom is designed for 3- to 4-year-olds and 4- to 5-year-olds.

New Albany Lecture Series

The New Albany Lecture Series, an annual lecture and educational program, features nationally and internationally acclaimed speakers from all walks of life, including Pulitzer Prize-winning authors, Emmy Award-winning journalists and past presidents and cabinet members of the United States. Held at the Jeanne B. McCoy Community Center for the Arts, the lectures sell out fast and attract students from New Albany and schools across central Ohio as well as the public.

New Albany-Plain Local Schools

New Albany-Plain Local Schools consistently ranks among the top 10 districts in the state of Ohio and regularly earns regionally and nationally recognition. It educates students from kindergarten to high school on a 200-acre learning community campus, an 80-acre nature preserve in the city’s Village Center. It is home to the MIT Fabrication Lab, the Easton-OSU Engineering, Environmental and Energy Land Lab and an Environmental Science program, in collaboration with Eastland Career Center, Columbus State Community College and The Ohio State University that draws students throughout central Ohio.