• New Trier seeking volunteers to help students explore career paths
    New Trier High School is seeking community members or alumni who are interested in assisting New Trier Career Services, a program that provides students with career exploration services and connects them with professionals in their areas of interest.
  • New Trier High School shatters Guinness World Record for most twins and multiples in one grade
    Winnetka, Ill. -- New Trier High School is seeing double as the sophomore class has earned two Guinness World Records: Most Twins and Most Multiples in a Single Academic Year at One School. With 45 sets of multiples (44 sets of twins and one set of triplets in their sophomore year), the school shattered the previous record of 24 sets of twins held by Highcrest Middle School in Wilmette, Ill - one of New Trier's elementary feeder schools.
  • Financial Consultant talks cryptocurrencies with Consumer students
    On Jan. 26, financial consultant David Sievers visited New Trier High School to talk about bitcoins, blockchain, and cryptocurrencies to Consumer Seminar students. Sievers is a manager at Accenture, a global management consulting and professional services company.
  • New Trier’s Kinesis Dance Company presents student-choreographed performances
    Kinesis Dance Concert canceled, Friday February, 9. Rescheduled for February, 11 Sunday, Matinee, 2pm, Cornog Auditorium, Northfield Tickets at the door, $7 Winnetka, Ill. - The Performing Arts Division at New Trier High School is proud to present Kinesis , its student dance company, in concert on Feb. 8 and 9 at 7 p.m. and Feb. 10 at 2 p.m. in the Cornog Auditorium at the Northfield Campus. Tickets are available at the door and online at .
    The New Trier Fine Arts Association is pleased to host the 5t annual Arts in College Night in the beautiful new McGee Theatre. The event will take place on Monday, March 19th from 7:00 PM 8:30 PM. The program will include a presentation by Robert Zigmund of the New Trier Post-High School Counselin department regarding pursuing the arts in college as a major, minor, or extracurricular. Additionally, a panel of parents o recent New Trier graduates who have gone on to pursue fine art in college will be available to answer questions and lead breakout groups by discipline following the presentation. Both parents and students are welcome!