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AFJROTC Students carrying flags reading AHMO run out from an inflated pirate hat, followed by the football team, with the cheerleaders and drill team making lines on either side of the runners.

Home of the Wylie Pirates!

Cheerleaders smile at the camera at dusk, standing in formation during Meet the Pirates

Meet the Pirates! 

Students practice marching, standing in rows and holding instruments

That Wylie Band

Striving to Excellence in Every Field

Senior students gather and write letters at the 23-24 senior sunrise

Celebrating Seniors!

Students make goals for the future at the annual Senior Sunrise.

Wylie High students work on lattice bread baskets in Culinary class.

Make a Masterpiece

Students craft bread baskets in culinary class.

Welcome to Wylie High School

Welcome to Wylie High School, proudly serving grades 9-12 in Wylie ISD. Founded in 1905, we are committed to fostering an environment where all students and staff can learn and reach their full potential. Our school is home to many award-winning student groups that excel in academics, arts, athletics, and extracurricular activities. Our community thrives on a rich tradition of excellence and achievement, supported by a strong sense of pride and unity. We are also the home of AHMO—a way of life that inspires our students to strive for greatness in all their endeavors.

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Wylie High School students and staff are truly remarkable, and we take pride in highlighting their accomplishments and achievements. Read the great news happening in our school and district.

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Learn what students, staff, families, and community members love most about Wylie High School and Wylie ISD and the positive impact our district has made on their lives.

  • Student
Carrington Hampton
What I like most about Wylie ISD is the fact that the staff cares so much about every student and really takes the time to help and guide us in the right direction and help us prepare for the future. When a student fails they always have a helping hand to give us a boost so we don't stay down below our standards.
Last year when I was a sophomore I had a Geometry teacher by the name of Mrs. Hill. She took the time to understand me and work with me until I understood the subject instead of leaving me down to work by myself and not understand the concept of Geometry.
Carrington Hampton


  • Staff Member
Brittany Wardlaw
I have worked for Wylie ISD for a couple of years now in Special Education and it is by far the most rewarding school district there is.
Everyone is treated like family despite race, geographic background, financial differences, etc. As an employee with the district, I have been able to grow independently, learn more about myself and help others as Wylie has been able to help me.
Brittany Wardlaw


  • Staff Member
Carol Nelson
I retired from RISD after 30 years but decided to sub in Wylie as we live here. I am so pleased with Ashley Hopson and the entire sub-system. She is so very helpful and gets right back to me when I have a question. Payroll does the same when I have a question for them. The kids at both schools are well-behaved, respectful, and seem to really want to learn. I am so happy I chose to sub in Wylie ISD. Our daughter got a wonderful education here, went off to OU, and now works for NBC and is very successful.
Carol Nelson