• Northwestern Professor and Venture Capitalist Carter Cast brings entrepreneurship expertise to New Trier
    Carter Cast, a clinical professor at Northwestern University's Kellogg School of Management and venture partner at Pritzker Group Venture Capital, visited New Trier's Entrepreneurship and Management classes on Jan. 17 to share his expertise about the world of business.
  • Summer School 2018 Registration
    You can browse the Summer School classes now, registration opens January 29, 2018.
  • Quest Update and Contact Info
    We are happy to announce a few management changes within Quest at New Trier.  Rebecca Cohen, formerly Food Service Director, has been promoted to District Manager for Quest which means she has additional responsibility for other nearby schools.  She will remain closely involved with New Trier as she has the past three years.  Dennis Karim, formerly Executive Chef, has been promoted to Food Service Director for New Trier.  Dennis has done an outstanding job ensuring our food service program including catering exceed expectations and he will continue to raise the bar.
  • NT Booster Club Track Hurdle Drive
    We'd like to acknowledge the families that contributed to our hurdle drive: Berg, Bouchard, Cleary, Day, DiCamillo, Dieffenbacher, Favreau-Lewis, Flinton, Forbes, Fowkes, Fraleigh, Goodwin, Grote, Haggerty, Kaufman, Kunkler, Lissner, McAllester, McCanna, Monieson, Noethlich, Peters, Purcell, Rocap, Romic, Stilp, Sullivan, Virant, Waraich, Weiler
  • A Focus on Women in Jazz as New Trier Celebrates its 35th Annual Jazz Fest
    On Saturday, February 3 rd , for the first time in its 35-year history, the New Trier Jazz Festival will feature programming highlighting the opportunities and barriers to women in jazz. Taking advantage of the popularity of one of the nation's largest student jazz festivals, visiting artists, conductors, and female student musicians will gather in performance and discussion, with a focus on breaking through in a traditionally male-dominated genre, and allowing young musicians to connect with some of the country's outstanding female jazz instrumentalists.