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New Trier’s comprehensive academic program is recognized across the country for its rigor and focus on providing appropriate instruction for every student
New Trier offers an array of supportive services to help every student succeed in high school and create plans for life after graduation
With 35 interscholastic sports, more than 150 student clubs, a strong intramural program, and performing arts opportunities throughout the school year, New Trier truly offers something for everyone
New Trier’s administrative departments support the functions of the school district while keeping students at the center of all decision-making
The District 203 Board of Education represents the communities New Trier serves and gives residents a voice in school decision-making
Our online calendars contain the most up-to-date information about daily events at New Trier
New Trier alumni and parents can stay connected to the school through one of our many organizations
The Winnetka Campus is near the intersection of Green Bay Rd. and Winnetka Ave. Head east on Winnetka Ave. Cross under the train tracks and proceed east about three blocks. The high school will be on your left. Visitor parking is located along Trevian Way, on the North side of the school (see Campus Maps section below).
The Northfield Campus is located on Happ Road near Winnetka Avenue. Visitor parking is located across the street from the D Building in the West Lot along Happ Road (any unmarked spot); limited spots are also available on the east side of the campus near the C, B, and A Buildings (see Campus Maps section below).
Campus Map - Northfield | Campus Map - Winnetka
Parking and Traffic Map: Northfield Campus | Winnetka Campus
Visitor parking is located at the North Entrance of Winnetka Campus during school days
New Trier High School is proud to welcome groups of fellow educators, community leaders, and other organizations to our school. School districts, community groups, or organizations that would like to visit are asked to submit their requests at least a month in advance by filling out our Group Visit Request Form . For requests on days when school is in session, we advise a visit that begins at 9 a.m. or later and ends by 2:30 p.m. so visiting groups can avoid our student pick-up and drop-off traffic.
Requests for alumni reunion tours should go through the Alumni Office, 847-784-2667 or firstname.lastname@example.org . If you are considering a move into the district and have a student who is either in high school or will be in high school the following school year, please contact Mary Washlesky at 847-784-2219 or email@example.com.