High school forever

Max Minogue

May 22, 2017

Now that my days left in high school are in the single digits, I’m starting to realize that high school isn’t forever. It’s hard to fathom; after all, I peaked here, so shouldn’t I stay in these hallowed halls until...

College isn’t the only option for seniors

Helen Fagan

May 22, 2017

A common stereotype associated with the New Trier “bubble” is that the school is full of teens with the expectation that after high school, seniors continue on to college. Many assume that because New Trier boasts a 99%...

IGSS faces changes next year

Jessa Snower

April 14, 2017

Next year, IGSS is changing the structure of their program to fit the smaller enrollment size. The changes include combining juniors and seniors and there will be no more science included. There will  also be three less teach...

Gap Year Fair gives students alternative options

Mimi Cassato

February 8, 2017

The annual Gap Fair took place on Jan. 28 at New Trier High School giving seniors the chance to explore alternative post high school plans. For students like Mia Solberg, Colin Richards, and Sophie Chevalier, taking a gap year...

Senior Project begins after months of prep

Wes Jenkins, Staff Reporter

April 15, 2016

After weeks of preparation, those participating in Senior Project have finally reached the day their classroom experience ends and a new one begins. Senior Project is a program for seniors to gain experience and knowledge bey...

Seniors must keep college in mind before dropping APs

Tia Rotolo, Staff Reporter

January 22, 2016

As admissions letters get sent out, seniors have begun to weigh the decision of whether to drop difficult classes for a free period during their day. At New Trier, more than 895 juniors and seniors took AP tests in 2015. Stud...