Wylie East History

  • Wylie East High School (commonly Wylie East or WEHS) is a public high school located in the city of Wylie, Texas.
    Wylie East is classified as a 5A school by the UIL. It is one of two high schools in the Wylie Independent School District located in south central Collin County and serves mostly residents of Wylie and some residents of Sachse.  
    Wylie East High School's first year of operation was the 2007-2008 school year. During the school's first two years it served solely ninth grade students. In 2009 Wylie East began to serve 10th graders, followed by 11th graders the following year. The class of 2012 was the first class to graduate from Wylie East.  
    Each year the graduating class donates something significant to the school, from park benches, to a decorative rock logo, to a steel raider statue. These items are proudly displayed in front of the school to remember each graduating class. 
    The school has undergone several construction projects to enlarge the facilities.
    • 2013 900 hall, 400 hall, fine arts, dressing room, field house, gym, weight rooom, and cafeteria were all expanded and artificial turf was added to practice fields.  
    • 2016 the IMPAC building was added
    • 2020-2021 Additional classrooms, an awning in front, the new competition gym, and a new CTE building were added. 

    *This list is not comprehensive. If you have additions to the history page to conisder, please send them to the webmaster. 

WEHS Exterior