In 1920, the inaugural edition of The New Trier News was published.In 1934, the track and field team won the school's first IHSA state championship (as of 2017, New Trier leads all Illinois high schools in the number of athletic state championships)." data-cycle-paused='false' data-fbpgr-permalink="/Core/Gallery/Index/112/" data-fbpgr-title="South HS Home (960px × 362px)" data-fbpgr-showbuttons="true" data-fbpgr-playpausemod="upperright" data-fbpgr-nextprevmod="middle" data-fbpgr-previcon=" Dear T. South Family, We wish everyone a wonderful, fun-filled, safe summer break. Many of our teachers will be engaged in summer professional development activities as we prepare for the 2018-2019 school year.All students are required to read at least one book from our summer reading list as posted on the TFS website at In March 1988 the Coalition forced the issue to referendum which, backed by broad community support, resulted in a successful ratification of the Coalition's position.The Campus was retained and subsequently rented to various entities until it was again needed as additional space for a growing NT student population.
Our fall book pickup days are August 6, 8, and 9 from - p.m for returning students., also known as New Trier Township High School or NTHS) is a public four-year high school, with its main campus for sophomores through seniors located in Winnetka, Illinois, United States, and a freshman campus in Northfield, Illinois, with freshman classes and district administration.Founded in 1901, the school serves the Chicago North Shore suburbs of Wilmette, Kenilworth, Winnetka, Glencoe, most of Northfield, and parts of Glenview.According to research it took less than two decades for the combined New Trier enrollment to exceed 4,000 students.The Coalition has never been acknowledged publicly for their significant role as a catalyst in retaining the 42.5-acre New Trier West Campus.Their decision to sell the property was based on a demographers report and a reluctance to raise property taxes to cover the NT East revamp.The demographer, however, expressed caution about relying on predictions that exceeded a 10-year span stating in part that ". .after 10 years, greater risk emerges of unanticipated events invalidating even the most scientifically-based projection methods." Concerned about another spike in (school) population and the need to retain the 42.5 acre Campus for future generations, local citizen advocates formed "The Coalition for the Future of New Trier".In 2017, the school neared completion of a 4.9 million renovation and addition project at its East Campus, which replaced three aging buildings on the west side of the campus with the addition of a new student cafeteria, a new library, more than two dozen classrooms for core English, math, social studies, language and business program classes, new art labs, applied arts classroom spaces in the basement for STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) programming, space for the school's radio and broadcasting programming, two green roofs, and two new theaters. Yonke, the first woman to hold the position, at the end of June 2017.Jonathan Kozol wrote a book called Savage Inequalities in 1991 that discussed the harsh conditions in the poorest school districts in the United States, making a correlation between inequality and racial separation and segregation. The school was identified as "quite possibly the best public school in America" by Town & Country, in a six-page article on New Trier that cited the "rich" and "demanding" curriculum, extensive arts and activities, strong participation in athletics, and faculty of the caliber typically found teaching at good colleges.A meeting for incoming freshman parents will be held that evening at p.m., also in the auditorium. Kaneland High School is a comprehensive high school grades 9-12 located outside of Maple Park, Illinois in western Kane County.