New Albany Ohio

new albany ohio homes for saleNew Albany was founded in 1837, and incorporated in 1856 with a population of 50. The land that was to become the city was founded in the center of Plain Township in 1837 by Nobel Landon and William Yantis.

Now a growing suburb in the Columbus area, it is a wealthy community, with a per capita income that ranks 11th out of 1065 places in the state of Ohio.

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New Albany Demographics

New Albany, located just northeast of the state capital of Columbus Ohio and has a population of approximately 8,000 people. New Albany is a wealthy community, with a per capita income that ranks 11th out of 1065 places in the state of Ohio.The median income for a household in the city is $102,180, and the median income for a family is $119,171.

The racial makeup of the city is:

  • White: 94.18%
  • African-American: 1.56%
  • Asian: 2.25%
  • Hispanic: .81%
  • Other: 1.2%

 

Education

School district: New Albany-Plain Local School DistrictThe school district serves an area of 26 square miles, and features eight buildings all on one centrally located campus. The schools are connected by tree-lined walkways, and are surrounded by an 80-acre nature preserve. New Albany-Plain Local provides education to approximately 3,760 students in grades K-12. NA-PL is the only school district in Ohio in which every school is designated a National Blue Ribbon School of Excellence by the U.S. Department of Education. All of the district’s schools have been accredited by the North Central Association of Schools and Colleges.

Visit the New Albany-Plain Local School District Website.

 
 
 

Real Estate

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Information on this page was compiled from Wikipedia, New Albany-Plain Local School District website and Truilia.