• New Trier Athletic Department inducts eight honorees to inaugural Hall of Honor
    The New Trier High School Athletic Department will induct its first class into the Athletic Department Hall of Honor next month, recognizing eight individuals for their significant contributions to New Trier Athletics. The inductees will be honored on Feb. 1 at the Winnetka Campus Gates Gym between the girls and boys varsity basketball games against Glenbrook South.
  • Tips and Resources to help prepare for cold weather driving:
    On the North Shore, winter driving can be a challenge! It is important that you prepare for snow, ice, and extreme cold weather conditions. Our Automotive courses teach, endorse, or recommend following the OSHA three P's principles: "PREPARE for the trip; PROTECT yourself; and PREVENT crashes on the road."
  • New Trier Kinesis dance company in concert Feb. 7-9, debuts interactive kids’ matinée
    The Performing Arts Division at New Trier High School is proud to present Kinesis , its student dance company, in concert on Thursday, Feb. 7 and Friday, Feb. 8 at 7 p.m. in the Northfield Campus Cornog Auditorium. The company will also debut a Kinesis Kids Concert , an interactive show for children ages 3-11 (but open to all) on Saturday, Feb. 9 at 2 p.m. Tickets are available at the door and online at; $7 for evening performances and $5 for the Saturday matinée.
    Are you a New Trier parent of an incoming freshman or sophomore willing to volunteer avg 5-10 hours per month? Do your kids play sports or aspire to be on a NT athletic team? If so the New Trier Booster Club is a great way to get involved. Basic Commitment: 3 Year term Attend 8 board meetings/year (second Tuesday of the month) Lead/participate on committee(s) Support our annual fundraiser If you are interested in joining the board please email with a completed nomination form , or call Chantal Meier, NTBC - President on 312-800-3305. Deadline for nominations will be March 15th.
  • NTFAA’s Grants Partner NT Fine Arts Alumni with Students
    When New Trier High School students take classes in the fine arts, they can count on exceptional instruction alongside like-minded and talented peers. To enhance their experiences and give current students concrete examples of how to bridge high school arts experiences with real world ones, the New Trier Fine Arts Association (NTFAA) welcomes the opportunity each year to assist faculty members in bringing in alumni artists to initiate partnerships and work with students.