Woodrow Wilson High School in Dallas, Texas is the “High School Home of the Heisman Trophy”! Woodrow was the FIRST high school in the country to have TWO of its graduates awarded the Heisman Trophy: Davey O’Brien (1938) and Tim Brown (1987), and it remains the only public high school in the U.S. to have that distinction.
Completed in 1928, Woodrow has been the heart of East Dallas for over 80 years. Woodrow is the first Dallas school to be authorized to offer the prestigious International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (a/k/a the IB Degree). It earned its official designation as an IB World School on March 18, 2011.
To support the school, preserve school history, and strengthen alumni bonds.
The Woodrow Wilson High School Alumni Association has a mission to provide financial support to the school, participate in appropriate school events, coordinate student/alumni mentoring, promote school pride, preserve and share school history, and facilitate alumni social activities that promote continued life long bonds.
The Woodrow Wilson High School Association shall be open to all who desire to support the purpose and mission of the association.