The Winnetka campus of New Trier Township High School serves sophomores, juniors and seniors. Freshmen attend classes…More on the Northfield campus. The administration offices of New Trier Township High School District 203 are located on the Northfield campus.
New Trier Township High School is governed by its own Board of Education. The school serves residents of Winnetka, Northfield, Glencoe, Wilmette, Kenilworth and parts of Glenview and Northfield. Six public school districts feed into New Trier Township High School.
The school offers rigorous academics, including accelerated, honors and AP courses, and wide variety of extracurricular activities. The U.S. Department of Education named New Trier's fine and performing arts program in the nation's top 25 programs. Particularly, the school's Grammy award-winning music program has been called the best music education program in the country. New Trier also has 30 interscholastic athletic teams and an intramural program. New Trier athletes have won more state championships than any high school in Illinois interscholastic history.
The vast majority of New Trier graduates enroll in four-year bachelor programs. Ninety-eight percent of graduates in 2009 enrolled in college. The school has a team of post-high school counselors who advise students in the college application process.
McCann's Painting, Inc. 874 Green Bay Rd, Winnetka, IL60093 Terry McCann started what became McCann's Painting, Inc. while he was a student at New Trier Township High School. Since…More then, he has painted schools, businesses and homes all over the North Shore for decades. The business also offers murals designed and created by McCann's cousin, Dennis Franzen.
This is the administration building for District 36. Adjacent to Carleton Washburne School, the building houses the…More offices of the superintendent, business office and the departments of communication, human resources, curriculum, student services, health and technology.
The Winnetka Public Schools serve more than 2,000 pupils. Children attend one of three elementary schools (K-4) depending on geographical boundaries. All students enter the Skokie School for fifth and sixth grade and the Carleton Washburne School for seventh and eighth grade. Students who continue on to public high school attend New Trier Township High School.