• Sophomore named New Trier’s first-ever DECA International Champion
    Nine New Trier students from DECA, a competitive student club that prepares emerging high school leaders and entrepreneurs for careers in marketing, finance, hospitality, and management, qualified for internationals after being named state finalists in Illinois.
  • Spring play Rumors brings farce to the New Trier stage
    The Performing Arts Division of New Trier High School is proud to present this year's spring play, Rumors by Neil Simon, presented by special arrangement with Samuel French Inc. The production will run Wednesday and Friday (May 9 and May 11) at 7 p.m., and Thursday, May 10, at 4:30 p.m. in the Winnetka Campus McGee Theatre. Tickets can be purchased for $8 at the door or online at
  • Defense sets the tone in win over Arrowhead
    New Trier traveled up to Wisconsin to face Arrowhead, and the defense set the tone early forcing turnovers and preventing the Warhawks from getting any good looks with tremendous pressure and double teams. The Trevs won 14-1. (Click on title to read more)
  • High powered and poised offense leads Trevs past Lake Forest
    New Trier came out strong and controlled the ball with an impressive offensive effort, shooting 72% in their 16-4 win over the Scouts. (Click on title to read more)
  • New Trier Fine Arts Students Shine Bright in New York City
    New York, with its abundant cultural spectacles and educational opportunities, played host this year to two groups of New Trier Fine Arts students from the theatre and music departments. Department faculty, school administration, and the New Trier Fine Arts Association (NTFAA) worked together to support the participating student artists and their families.