Building community through common sense,
free enterprise, and the Golden Rule
Embrace truth and reason while embracing intellectual diversity in the classroom and village square
Encourage innovation and excellence to create vibrant communities that value people, businesses and human capacity
The Golden Rule
Treat each other with civility as we build communities where diverse individuals and families will flourish
Read the latest news from New Trier Neighbors!
More Neighbors groups forming; Assigned same-sex advisories to end at New Trier High School. Read more here.
The Lesson of Virginia Elections: Parents Matter. Read more here.
Does the Department of Justice and National School Boards Association want to curtail the exercise of parents 1st Amendment rights? Read more here.
New Trier Administrators and Board 100% behind novel, “Two Boys Kissing”. Read more >>
Teacher files lawsuit against Evanston public schools for its racist policies. Read more >>
How will New Trier High School Decide its Reopening Plans Re: COVID? Read more >>
New Trier Adopts Civil Discourse/Critical Thinking Statement Read more>>
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Join us December 4th at 7:00 pm at the Glencoe Writers Theater at FAIR Illinois’ holiday party where Ted Dabrowski from New Trier Neighbors and Wirepoints will lead a wide-ranging conversation and Q&A with DePaul University professor of philosophy and 1776 Unites scholar Dr. Jason Hill. Dabrowski will interview Hill on Hill’s new book, What Do White Americans Owe Black People: Racial Justice in the Age of Post-Oppression.
Light hors d’oeuvres and drinks provided. Space is limited. The first 45 registered attendees to arrive will receive a signed copy of Dr. Hill’s new book! RSVP required — click here to RSVP today!
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