Welcome from your 2019 NTPA Board!
As our students settle into their Junior year and second half of High School, we are here for you. Please watch this site for important reminders and information, upcoming events, key dates, and scheduled visits from college representatives. We also encourage you to explore Parents' University - a great place to get insight on various issues that may affect your student and find parent perspectives on unanswered questions that you may have.
Feel free to email us with questions and suggestions. We look forward to seeing you at an upcoming Junior class coffee, event or program.
Sophia and Laurie
IMPORTANT REMINDERS AND INFORMATION
Right Under Your Nose: Recognizing Signs of Teen Alcohol & Drug Use
The NTPA was pleased to host representatives from LEAD to present at "Right Under Your Nose: Signs of Teen Alcohol & Drug Use " on November 1. Click
to view the E-cig/Vaping video mentioned during the presentation. For further questions or comments please contact NTPA Program Chair Heather Pigott (
College Admissions 101: What’s the Right Fit for Your Student?
Wednesday, February 28, 7:00-8:30 PM,
Cornog Auditorium (N)
The NTPA's Class of 2019, in conjunction with
the Post-High School Counseling Department, invite you to learn from a panel of
admissions officers the kinds of students their schools are looking for.
Panelists will represent a cross-section of various types of academic
institutions including a large state school, a highly selective private
university, a small liberal arts school, and a community college. The panelists
will share information about their selection processes and the opportunities and
experiences offered by schools of their kind.
The NTPA Angel Fund supports academic and extracurricular experiences
for students in need. Students approved for financial assistance from the
district can request assistance with the purchase of Homecoming tickets from
the Director of Student Life, Athena Arvanitis at email@example.com
Send Your Kid to the Ivy League by William Deresiewicz
Do Teens Engage in Sexting? by Sue Shellenbarger
to Survive the College Admissions Madness by Frank Bruni
100 Percent Wrong About Critical Thinking by Alexander Nazaryan
Applications, Parental Exasperations by Robert Scherrer
Parent University - Parent Education Programs
Welcome to Parent University, a central location for all New Trier Parent Educational programming including seminars, round tables, coffees and informational meetings. Programming listed here is intended for the New Trier community, and is sponsored by New Trier High School, New Trier parent organizations and various community groups.
to see upcoming events and their descriptions.