New Trier’s comprehensive academic program is recognized across the country for its rigor and focus on providing appropriate instruction for every student
New Trier offers an array of supportive services to help every student succeed in high school and create plans for life after graduation
With 35 interscholastic sports, more than 150 student clubs, a strong intramural program, and performing arts opportunities throughout the school year, New Trier truly offers something for everyone
New Trier’s administrative departments support the functions of the school district while keeping students at the center of all decision-making
The District 203 Board of Education represents the communities New Trier serves and gives residents a voice in school decision-making
Our online calendars contain the most up-to-date information about daily events at New Trier
New Trier alumni and parents can stay connected to the school through one of our many organizations
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We are connected to every single club at New Trier High School. To put it in simpler terms, STUDENT ALLIANCE is the heart of all clubs. With over 130 student organizations, keeping track of them all is a massive job. This is where STUDENT ALLIANCE comes in as the club liaison. We are responsible for approving clubs, as well organizing events where clubs can come together, including Budget Day and the Club Head Luncheon.
If you're interested in starting a club at New Trier, visit Ms. Kolack in the Student Activities office (located in the Student Lounge at the Winnetka Campus). You'll fill out some paperwork and then be referred to us to follow through with it!
Budget Day occurs every spring. Led by the STUDENT ALLIANCE Treasurer and a committee of five to six board members, club heads come to the room and request funds for the next school year. Budget request forms are sent to all club heads and sponsors at least one month before budget day. When clubs turn in their budget request form, they are required to sign up for a time slot to meet with us.
All New Trier Students are permitted to run as a STUDENT ALLIANCE board member and may run for an officer position after being on board for at least one school year. These opportunities will come at the end of each year.
By becoming a STUDENT ALLIANCE representative, you must:
IF YOU ARE A FRESHMAN:
IF YOU ARE A SOPHOMORE OR JUNIOR:
Bill Yen: President
Andrew Willcocks: Vice-President
Julia Hamill: Treasurer
Lucy Coppola: Secretary
Members at Large:
Ethan Van Gosen