New Albany is a suburb in Ohio. The students of New Albany High School and Middle School are often stereotyped as stuck-up, rich, and snobby, but anyone who has stepped inside of a classroom at either of those schools will know that this is not the case. Sure, they have the average snarky popular cheerleaders, but so does basically everyone. The fact is, New Albany is the home of Les Wexner, who owns/used to own Limited Brands, so Abercrombie, PINK, etc. are very common things to see worn there because that's where they originated and many people have jobs working for the company. Not everyone there is "rich", or living in "giant mansions", and personally, I have only seen a few nice cars there, all belonging to hard-working adults; not high schoolers. One of the most commonly discussed topics in New Albany is their own stereotype, since they are always the butts of jokes at football games and such. In reality, New Albany is a lovely place to live, home to generally good people and very high-level public schools. It makes me sad to see so many people dissing New Albany on this website and in person. Picking on the stereotype of people living in a certain town will get you no where.
Person 1: "Let's go to New Albany. I hear they have a great froyo shop there."
Person 2: "Eww no they're all stuck up bitches. If we go there we'll have to dress up and act like sluts."
Person 1: "Dude, they aren't like that. Have you even been to New Albany?"
Person 2: "No... but they seem snobby because they have white fences and good schools."