New Trier High School District 203, in Chicago’s northern suburb, recently celebrated the completion of a large-scale, multi-phase replacement project on their main campus. The new structure replaces three aging and inefficient buildings that had been added over the years to meet the needs of the 117-year-old district, which serves approximately 4,000 students. The 275,000-square-foot new addition almost doubles the amount of usable space within the same footprint.

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