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New Trier Township High School District 203 | Diversity Employer



Founded in 1901, New Trier Township High School District 203 is a comprehensive four-year high school in Northfield and Winnetka, Illinois, along the Lake Michigan shore and approximately 16 miles north of Chicago.

New Trier serves about 4,000 students from Chicago’s North Shore suburban communities of Glencoe, Kenilworth, Northfield, Wilmette, Winnetka and portions of Glenview and Northbrook – communities that reflect a tradition of support for academic and cultural achievement. Freshmen are housed on the Northfield Campus. Sophomores, juniors, and seniors are housed on the Winnetka Campus.

Governed by its own Board of Education, the district serves six sender public school districts (kindergarten through eighth grade), each with its own governing board. Local private and parochial schools also graduate students who advance to New Trier High School.

New Trier offers a rigorous college preparatory curriculum and routinely ranks among Illinois' very top schools for academic achievement. For the Class of 2020, New Trier's mean composite score on the ACT was 28.2, the highest in Illinois for an open enrollment public school. Approximately 96 percent of the Class of 2020 enrolled in college.

As evidence of the New Trier motto, "to commit minds to inquiry, hearts to compassion, and lives to the service of humanity," New Trier offers numerous opportunities for learning and involvement outside of the classroom in activities, athletics, fine/performing arts, and social service. Its 35 interscholastic athletic teams have won more athletic state championships than any high school in Illinois interscholastic history. New Trier also offers more than 150 student clubs, many with a service component. A comprehensive Student Services program serves students' social and emotional growth in a variety of ways, from social work and special education services to student support groups and tutoring. Service Learning is also an important part of the New Trier experience, and students are asked to participate in service projects throughout their four years at the school.

New Trier has a longstanding commitment to promoting the Fine and Performing Arts, dating back almost to the school's opening in 1901. The school's arts program has been recognized as among the top 25 in the nation by the U.S. Department of Education. In 2007, the GRAMMY Foundation recognized New Trier's Music Department by naming New Trier its National GRAMMY Signature School, and in 2014, New Trier was selected as one of only six schools across the country to receive the National Band Association's inaugural Blue Ribbon Award for Programs of Excellence.

New Trier: Commitment to Equity

New Trier High School is committed to being a place where every person feels that they belong, are safe, are respected, and are valued.

New Trier is committed to delivering a progressive educational environment by recruiting and supporting employees of varying backgrounds. Providing students and staff with diverse experiences and perspectives better prepares them for the world community of the 21st Century and supports our motto, “To commit minds to inquiry, hearts to compassion, and lives to the service of humanity.”

Equal Opportunity Employer
New Trier Township High School District 203 is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, ancestry, marital status, physical or mental disability, unfavorable discharge from military service, or other characteristics protected by law. A disability or medical condition will not bar you from employment if you are able to perform with reasonable accommodation the essential functions of the job for which you are applying.

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