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New Trier’s Winnetka campus’ Phase Two construction project is rounding out as students begin the 2017-2018 school year. Pictured is the north entrance on the new west wing of the building. PHOTOS BY MEGAN BERNARD/22ND CENTURY MEDIA
The new Winnetka campus concourse features numerous windows and skylights and now connects Phase One and Phase Two renovations.
Collaborative spaces and new classrooms feature lightweight, portable and modern furniture in rooms that can accommodate upwards of 60 students.
Acoustic tiles and higher ceilings now grace new music classrooms.
Jacqueline Glosniak, Editor
4:12 pm CDT September 11, 2017
At New Trier High School, a world-class education is something that has been expected since the school first opened its doors in 1901. One hundred and sixteen years later, the students who grace the Winnetka campus’ halls still expect — and receive — a strong education and exciting community. Yet, while high test scores, strong extracurricular club rankings and alumni achievements have proved the vigor of a New Trier education, for the last several years, the facilities at the school have fallen far behind the expectations of faculty, students and the demands of a 21st century education.