News

  • WARNING TO LOCAL BUSINESSES
    It has come to our attention that some local businesses have been contacted by a firm called Sports Media Marketing, which is purporting to sell "sponsorships" for our football team. New Trier is not affiliated with this firm nor have we consented for them to contact businesses on our behalf. We receive no money from them. This is a reminder to our business and parent community to please use caution and contact us if you receive a suspicious call that claims an affiliation with New Trier High School. New Trier and its parent groups generally do not use outside firms for fundraising.
  • Superintendent Message Regarding 11/8 Winnetka Campus Lockdown
    I first want to say how sorry I am that our school, our staff, but most importantly, your children had to experience a campus lockdown today. I also recognize how difficult this was for many of you. I know this email is long, but I think it is important to fully inform parents and families. Below, I share more information about the events of today and then provide next steps toward ensuring this does not happen again.
  • New Trier Debate to host 115 teams for annual tournament
    Over 115 debate teams from 38 schools representing 17 states will roam the halls of New Trier's Winnetka campus next weekend, October 12-13, for the annual Trevian Invitational Policy Debate Tournament hosted by the school's debate team. Instead of competing, New Trier debaters will gain unique experience as they work to maintain an efficient tournament and exhibit hospitality.
  • Twenty-Nine New Trier athletes commit to college sports, sign National Letters of Intent
    New Trier High School's Athletic Department hosted its Fall College Signing Ceremony on Wednesday, Nov. 13 to celebrate and recognize student athletes who plan to continue playing a college sport.
  • New Trier Fine Arts Association Awards Grants Benefiting Fine Arts Students
    Students at New Trier will perform Kabuki, engage in stage combat, build community with improvisation, and learn hip hop, jazz, and modern dance moves and more thanks to the New Trier Fine Arts Association (NTFAA). Recently, the non-profit, parent volunteer group approved over $17,000 for grants that will help bring the outside artistic world into the New Trier classroom, as well as allow Trevians to travel both locally and further afield to practice their disciplines. All told, the grants benefit the 1,950 students who take at least one class per day in Art, Dance, Music, Theatre, Media, and Debate, and support the NTFAA's mission to promote and enhance the student experience in the Fine Arts. Click here to learn more about the programs and experiences supported by the grants.