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  • STRONG DEFENSIVE EFFORT ENABLES TREVS TO DEFEAT LAKE FOREST
    New Trier's defense held a talented Lake Forest team in check, forcing a season high 21 turnovers, to help the offense with a second half rally to defeat the Scouts 9-5. (Click on title to read more)
  • NEW TRIER ROLLS INTO PLAYOFFS WITH WIN OVER ARROWHEAD ON TEACHER APPRECIATION DAY
    The Trevians controlled the ball and tempo to hold off a well coached and determined Arrowhead team 18-2 on "Teacher Appreciation Day". New Trier heads into the playoffs as the #2 seed in the state tournament with an 18-3 record. (Click on title to read more)
  • Winnetka Campus becomes more energy efficient through new construction
    New Trier High School's Winnetka Campus is becoming more energy efficient by taking several recent measures.
  • New Trier kitchens compost nearly 15 gallons of daily food waste
    New Trier High School's cafeteria kitchens at the Winnetka and Northfield campuses collect food waste and coffee grounds each day. After collection, the scraps are put in a composting bin daily. It is estimated the kitchens collect 4-5 bins at each location a day (3 gallon bins each).
  • New Trier Green Guidelines for Events
    In the spring of 2015, a group of parents from New Trier feeder schools in Kenilworth, Wilmette, and Winnetka joined together with Superintendent Linda Yonke, CFO/COO Cheryl Witham, the Winnetka and Northfield Campus Principals, Operations Directors, and Facilities Managers, and faculty to create a district-level District 203 Sustainability Committee with the aim of making New Trier more "green."