• At Wylie East we highly encourage students and teachers to get involved in clubs and organizations in order to give them ways to develop beyond their academic abilities and form friendships. Below is a list of the clubs at Wylie East. Further below you will find a summary of what the club does and how to find out more. 

Air Force JROTC

  • JROTC logo


    Air Force JROTC provides leadership training and an aerospace science program for high school students. The program explores the historic and scientific aspects of aerospace technology and teaches high school students self-reliance, self-discipline and other characteristics found in good leaders. The objectives of Air Force Junior ROTC are to educate and train high school cadets in citizenship and life skills; promote community service; instill a sense responsibility; develop character and self-discipline through education and instruction in air and space fundamentals and the Air Force’s core values of “integrity first, service before self, and excellence in all we do.”  

    Wylie East Air Force JROTC competes in several competitions and has won many distinctions.

    The AFJROTC program is open to 9th-12th grade students who are citizens of the United States. The program is not a recruiting tool for the military services and those students who participate in AFJROTC do not incur any obligation to the Air Force. 

    Sponsor info:  

    Col. Brooks McFarland, Brooks.McFarland@wylieisd.net

    and CMSgt Mark Davidson Mark.Davidson@wylieisd.net

    How to stay informed

    National website af.mil's JROTC page


Book Club

  • Book club logo


    The mission of the WEHS Book Club is to promote literacy and a life-long love of reading among students and faculty.  This community of readers is bound by common interests and a hunger to explore works of literature. 



    How to stay informed

    Join the library google classroom to access information about the Wylie East Book Club. Get the code to join from the librarians. 


BPA (Business Professionals of America)

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    A major program of Business Professionals of America is the Workplace Skills Assessment Program which is a competition that prepares students to succeed and assesses real world business skills and problem solving abilities in finance, management, IT and computer applications. It is BPA's showcase program and facilitates students demonstrating their career skills at regional, state and national conferences in more than 90 competitive events. Some of BPA's other major programs include the National Leadership Academy, Officer Elections and scholarships. The Torch Awards Program and BPA Cares Program recognize students and chapters, respectively, for their leadership and service to their chapter and community.

    Sponsor info:  

    James Hood, james.hood@wylieisd.net

    Kathy Dragoo, Kathy.Dragoo@wylieisd.net

    How to stay informed

    Members are all asked to sign up in Remind 101 where they get reminders about club meetings and upcoming events. We are looking to expand our social media presence this year as well.

    National website http://www.bpa.org/


College Club

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    College Club is an opportunity for students who will be the first in their families to attend college.  Students may apply at the end of their ninth grade year.  If selected, students will be interviewed about their goals for college and beyond.  Approximately 40 ninth grade students will be selected each year to participate in college club.  During their tenth grade year, the college club meets during lunch on Tuesdays.  The Junior and Senior level students are expected to attend the weekly meetings, but they are also enrolled in a class that teaches them all that they need to know about the “college process”. Admission to the college club comes with the expectation that students will remain active members throughout their high school career. 

    Sponsor info:  

    Jessica Taylor, jessica.taylor@wylieisd.net

    How to stay informed




  •  Wylie East Raider Choir Logo


    The Wylie East High School Choirs are led by Nathan & Ashley Dame and Cathy Koziatek. Consisting of more than 320 students in 10 performing ensembles, the Raider Choirs are frequent winners of local and regional choral contests, with multiple superior ratings and UIL Sweepstakes awards earned in the last few years. They travel annually around the state and country. Recent travels include: London, Colorado, Disney World, Branson, and San Antonio. Choral placement is assigned by ability, and include:

    • A Cappella Choir
    • Bel Canto
    • Bella Voce
    • Tenor-Bass Choir
    • Out of the Blue (show choir)
    • Select Tenor-Bass Choir
    • Select Treble Choir
    • Treble Choir

    Sponsor info:  

    Nathan Dame, Nathan.Dame@wylieisd.net 

    Ashley Dame, Ashley.Dame@wylieisd.net

    Andrew Carr, Andrew.Carr@wylieisd.net 

    How to stay informed

    Please visit www.wylieeastchoir.com

Diversity Club

  • diversity club


    The Diversity Club is an organization dedicated to spreading kindness and awareness of social issues throughout Wylie East. We do service projects around the community, learn about other cultures and do fun activities to help improve confidence. The Diversity Club is a fun place where anyone regardless of gender, sexuality, religion or ethnicity can come hang out with others and hopefully learn something new about themselves, their peers or the world!

    Sponsor info:  

    Katherine Whittaker, Katherine.Nieto-Whittaker@wylieisd.net


    How to stay informed

    Instagram- wehsdiversity

    Meetings are usually on the first Friday of the month during B lunch in Room 417. Sign up for the Remind below to stay informed on meetings and activities!

    Remind Code: @wylieeastd



Drill Team (Sapphires)

  • Sapphires


    The Sapphires drill team is a dance team comprised of 9th - 12th graders, who represent Wylie East High School in Wylie, Texas. Our objectives include the following:

    • Halftime entertainment at all Raider Varsity football games and as many Raider Varsity basketball games possible. 
    • Perform in WEHS Pep Rallies and other Wylie East functions per the direction of the Sapphires Drill Team Director. 
    • Participate in at least one contest during the Spring
    • Present the Annual Spring Show.    

    Sponsor info:  

    Brittany Miller, Brittany.Miller@wylieisd.net

     How to stay informed:

    If you would like to be a member of the Sapphires, tryouts are held in the Spring for the following year.

    Our booster club has a facebook page. http://tinyurl.com/y92gegrb​  That is the easiest way to stay informed of what is going on with the Sapphires



FCA (Fellowship of Christian Athletes)

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    Fellowship of Christian Athletes is a student lead organization providing students with an opportunity to grow in their walk with Christ.  Students meet other students who want to learn more about Christ and want to fellowship with other students at Wylie East HS. 

    Find the Mission and core values of this club here.

    Sponsor info:  

    Matt Spencer [volunteer]

    Jerry Gardner  Jerry.Gardner@wylieisd.net 

    BJ Smith  BJ.Smith@wylieisd.net 


    How to stay informed

    Meet every Wednesday during Power Hour 12:30 pm – 1:20 pm held in the IMPAC Building (Indoor Facility)

    Meeting information is provided on our Twitter page @wehs_fca

    National website http://www.fca.org 


FCCLA (Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America)



    Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) is a national Career and Technical Student Organization (CTSO) for young men and women in Family and Consumer Sciences (FCS) education in public and private school through grade 12. Since 1945, FCCLA members have been making a difference in their families, careers, and communities by addressing important personal, work, and societal issues through Family and Consumer Sciences education.

    Sponsor Info:

    Alicia Kam, Alicia.Kam@wylieisd.net


    How to stay informed:

    Email Mrs. Kam to be added to the FCCLA google classroom to stay updated on all things FCCLA. We are also on Facebook, WEHS FCCLA.



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    FFA is a dynamic youth organization within agricultural education that changes lives and prepares students for premier leadership, personal growth and career success. FFA was created in 1928 as the Future Farmers of America; the name was changed in 1988 to the National FFA Organization to represent the growing diversity of agriculture. Our Chapter here at W.E. was chartered in 2011 and has grown substantially since then. The goal is for us to continue growing and offering students more and more amazing opportunities!

    Today, nearly one half-million student members are engaged in a wide range of agricultural education activities, leading to over 300 career opportunities in the agricultural science, food, fiber and natural resources industry. Student success remains the primary mission of FFA. 

    Sponsor Info:

    Kassi Klakamp - kassi.klakamp@wylieisd.net

    Kryste Vitera - kryste.vitera@wylieisd.net 

    How to stay informed:

    Our Facebook and Instagram (@wylieeastffa) are the places where we post every piece of information we have and send out reminders! You can also follow our Supporter Club on Facebook

    You can join our Remind 101 by texting @weastffa to 81010 

    Wylie East's FFA Website will also have the above information and more available to you!

French Club (Le Cercle Francais)

HOSA (Future Health Professionals)

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    The Wylie East chapter of HOSA-Health Professionals develops leadership and technical skills related to the health care industry through a program of motivation, awareness and recognition.  HOSA is an integral part of the Health Science Education program and helps students growth through community service, guest speakers, and area/state/national HOSA skills competition.  Our local chapter is associated with both state and national HOSA. 

    Sponsor info:  

    Angela Tower, Angela.Tower@wylieisd.net


    How to stay informed

    Students can see sponsor Angela Tower, RN in room 427.

    Get updates via Google Classroom and follow on Instagram at wehs_hosa

    National website www.hosa.org


International Thespian Society (ITS) (ITS)

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    International Thespians Society (ITS) is a national organization organized into troupes at the school level. Wylie East's troupe 7286 serves as the school's theatre honor society. Students earn induction based on their achievements, which include 100 hours of excellent work in theatre. Students are also honored for high grades. 

    Sponsor info:  

    Samantha Miller, Samantha.miller@wylieisd.net

    How to stay informed

    Wylie East: Contact Mrs. Miller and she will add you to the google classroom with all of our regular updates and events!

    Meetings: Every 2nd Friday of the month during A Lunch.

    International website schooltheatre.org/internationalthespiansociety


K-pop Club

  • Silhouette of dancing k-pop band


    Wylie East's K-pop club brings together fans of the music and dance storming the world for friendship, trivia, games, and dancing.

    Sponsor info:  

    David Shipp, david.shipp@wylieisd.net

    How to stay informed

    Meetings are Mondays during A lunch where you can get info needed to join the Google Classroom for the club.

Leo Club

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    LEO Club is a volunteer-based club at East that focuses on community service and involvement. We run in conjunction with the Lions Clubs of Wylie and Sachse. We strive to do monthly community service projects with elementary, intermediate, and junior high schools in WISD, local food banks, retirement homes, and anything that comes up in the city of Wylie and beyond.

    We would love to have you join us!  We meet the last Friday of the month during A Lunch.


    Sponsor info:  

    Alex Tooke, Alex.Tooke@WylieIsd.net

    Steven Parker, Steven.Parker@WylieIsd.net


    How to stay informed

    Remind: @leosatwehs

    National Website: https://www.lionsclubs.org/en/discover-our-clubs/about-leos

  • Overview:  

    The purpose of this organization is to ensure Muslims here at Wylie East High School are able to proudly expresses their religion, learn about Islam from a spiritual and academic perspective, and to build new friendships between peers.

    Sponsor info:  

    Madison Riffe, Madison.Riffe@wylieisd.net

    How to stay informed

    Meetings are on the second Wednesday of each month during A Lunch. All important information will be shared on the Google Classroom. Please see sponsor to be added to the Google Classroom.

National Art Honor Society

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    The National Art Honor Society is open to any student who has completed at least one year of High School Art and has at least a B average in all Art classes. Members are required to attend at least one meeting a month and complete yearly community service hours.  We have weekly meetings every Monday during A Power Hour in room 421 where we explore various art topics and work on school and community projects.    

    Sponsor info:  

    Jennifer Thompson, jennifer.thompson@wylieisd.net

    How to stay informed

    See Ms. Thomspon to join our NAHS Remind 101 group


NHS (National Honor Society)

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    The Wylie East Chapter of the National Honor Society embodies the four pillars of NHS: Scholarship, Leadership, Character, and Service. Generally, students with a GPA of a 4.5 or higher are eligible to become members. For specific information about how to become a member, read this attached PDF

    Current or prospective members may refer to the WEHS NHS Bylaws.


    Sponsor info:  

    Elizabeth Doyle, Elizabeth.doyle@wylieisd.net – point of contact

    Rosie Coleman, Rosie.Coleman@wylieisd.net

    Raegan Feuerbacher, Raegan.Feuerbacher@wylieisd.net


    How to stay informed

    For other questions, please contact the Advisors.

    Members attend mandatory monthly meetings and receive communication information there. 

    National website https://www.nationalhonorsociety.org/


National Technical Honor Society

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    The National Technical Honor Society currently serves approximately 100,000 active members and nearly a million members since its inception in 1984.  Awarding over $1.7 million in scholarships to date, NTHS honors the achievements of top CTE students, provides scholarships to encourage the pursuit of higher education, and cultivates excellence in today’s highly competitive, skilled workforce. For over 30 years, NTHS has been the acknowledged leader in the recognition of outstanding student achievement in career and technical education.

    Sponsor Information:

    David Lanman, david.lanman@wylieisd.net

    Ann Smock, ann.smock@wylieisd.net 

    How to stay informed:  

    National NTHS website: www.nths.org

Newscast (Raider Productions)

Newspaper (Blue Print)

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    The Wylie East High School newspaper class produces the online newspaper, Blue Print, daily. All content is gathered, written and posted by the newspaper staff. Our mission is to inform, educate and entertain our readers. The opinions expressed are those of the school newspaper staff and do not reflect those of the faculty or administration.

    If you have an event that you would like the Blue Print staff to cover, or if you are interested in advertising with Blue Print, please contact Ms. Kim Creel in room 414, or email kimberly.creel@wylieisd.net, or call 972.429.3000 ext. 6186.

    Sponsor info
    Kim Creel, kimberly.creel@wylieisd.net 

    How to stay informed:
    Find us on Facebook and Twitter to be the first to know about Raider Nation news.
    See the online publication at wehsblueprint.com

Quill & Scroll

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    Quill & Scroll is the international honor society for high school journalists. Students excelling in the yearbook or newspaper program and are in the Top Third of their class are invited to apply for membership into this organization. 

    Sponsor info:  

    Kim Creel, kimberly.creel@wylieisd.net 

    How to stay informed: 

    See Sponsor in room 414

    International website http://quillandscroll.org/

PALs (Peer Assistance & Leadership)

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    The PAL Peer Assistance and Leadership class trains students in the skills they need to work with their fellow students with academic and/or personal issues. Applications are required along with an interview with the sponsor. Students must be either in 11th or 12th grade to qualify.

    Sponsor info:  

    Breegan Gholson Breegan.gholson@wylieisd.net

    How to stay informed:

    Room 171 – visit www.palusa.org/



  • WEHS and WHS mascots dressed in police gear


    The Wylie P.O.L.I.C.E. Club (Practice Of Leadership, Integrity and Community Education) is a community serviced based club that allows students to get involved in and make a difference in the community the live. Students work side by side at events with the Wylie Police Department’s School Resource Officers. Students have the opportunity to earn Graduation Cords and a College Scholarship.

    Sponsor info:  

    Office Stewart, Michael.Stewart@wylieisd.net   


    How to stay informed

    Students can see Officer Stewart, in room 108.

    Visit the website: https://www.wylietexas.gov/community2/youth_programs/police_club.php

    Like and Follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WyliePoliceClub



Raiders in Service

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    Raiders in Service is an organization which recognizes Wylie East High School students for their volunteer work in the community. The goal of Raiders in Service is to provide every student an opportunity to serve a minimum of 100 volunteer hours upon graduation from Wylie East High School. Students who perform 25 hours of community service during a school year (March to March- by the end of Spring Break), at approved non-profit agencies, receive a cord to be worn at their graduation ceremony.  Volunteer hours must be completed apart from any required hours for school organizations, scouting troops, or church groups, e.g., mission trips. ​

    Sponsor info:  

    9-10 graders: Jessica Taylor  jessica.taylor@wylieisd.net

    11-12 graders: Amy Tietjen  amy.tietjen@wylieisd.net

    How to stay informed:

    See the Raiders in Service page for many more details. 



Raider Robotics & Engineering

  • Overview:  WEHS offers Robotics & Engineering courses as part of our CTE program. However, you do not have to be in our classes to be a part of our club. Our club competes in robotics competitions in the spring semester and spends the fall semester building and coding robot designs. Prior knowledge of robotics and coding is not required, we offer a mentorship program to train you! Beyond that, our club is a family.


    If you are interested in Engineering, but not necessarily Robotics, we also compete in Skills USA. We form teams to work on different engineering challenges are part of this competition. 


    Sponsor info:  Vernon Gibson (vernon.gibson@wylieisd.net) and Lauren Plunk (lauren.plunk@wylieisd.net)


    How to stay informed: https://www.facebook.com/RaiderRoboticsEngineering/



Skills USA

Solar Car Team

Space Club

  • WESC logo


    The Wylie East Space Club is a club with a simple focus of increasing the interest in outer space-related topics in the students of Wylie East. Some of the activities the club will engage in include discussions relating to important space events, talking about space-related careers, sharing upcoming opportunities in regards to internships and scholarships, and much more. Club meetings will be held in Mr.Moore's classroom, room 874, and will take place during lunch every other Friday.

    Sponsor Info:

    Joshua Moore,  joshua.moore@wylieisd.net 

    How to Stay Informed:

    Members of the club are required to join the Google Classroom page. The code for the google classroom can be attained either by asking the sponsor or at the meetings.


Spanish Honor Society

  •  SHH logo


    El Capítulo Punto de Este de La Sociedad Honoraria Hispánica de Wylie East High School is an honor society for students of Spanish.  

    Qualifications include:

    • 10th, 11th or 12th grade students enrolled in Spanish 2 or higher
    • A - average (90) in all Spanish classes (*pre AP and AP students can have an 85 average)
    • Overall grade point average of 85 or higher.

    Potential SHH members are invited to apply at the beginning of Spring semester. SHH Induction is usually in April or March.


    Sponsor info:  

    Lisa Crosthwait Lisa.Crosthwait@wylieisd.net

    Brenda Hernandez Brenda.Hernandez@wylieisd.net


    How to stay informed

    Communication is via Remind and Google Classroom (see sponsors for code)

    Instagram: @wehspanish_honor

    Twitter: @honor_spanish

    National website aatsp.org


Speech and Debate

  •  speech and debate


    Our mission is to teach, encourage, and support students in the acquisition of speech and debate skills that create the leaders of tomorrow.


    Sponsor info:  

    Heather York, heather.york@wylieisd.net

    How to stay informed

    Officer Meetings are held the First Tuesday of the month.

    General Club Meetings are held the Third Tuesday of the month.

    Meetings are held in room 965 during B lunch.


Sports Medicine

  • Logo of raider skull with crossbones replaced with crutches and the health symbol snake behind it


    The Wylie East Sports Medicine Program is comprised of 9th - 12th graders, who represent Wylie East High School.  Participation in the program includes:

    • ​Attending all practices and games for various sports on campus. 
    • Ensuring athletes are properly hydrated throughout practices and games.
    • ​Treatment and rehabilitation of injured athletes.
    • Learning First Aid/CPR/AED skills to aid the Head/Assistant Athletic Trainer in an emergency.
    • The possibility of earning a letter jacket for your sport and a scholarship for college are also available.

    Sponsor info:  

    Jonathan Stinson Jonathan.Stinson@wylieisd.net


    How to stay informed

    Follow @WERaiderSM or @CoachHanes on Twitter


Student Council (Stu-Co)

  • Overview:  

    Student Council is an organization that speaks for the student body. We foster the relationship between students and staff on campus to raise the standards of the school. Every year we get to help with the Homecoming dance, the Homecoming parade, Red Ribbon Week, Canned Food Drive, the Reindeer Project, talent show, gift exchanges at football games, and much more!


    Sponsor info:  

    Zachary Neu: zachary.neu@apps.wylieisd.net ; rm 151

    Breegan Gholson: breegan.gholson@apps.wylieisd.net ; rm 856


    How to stay informed

    We have meetings every 1st and 3rd Wednesday of the month (and, if there exists, the 5th Wednesdays as well). Meetings are after school from 4:30 pm in the library. 

    We communicate through Remind and Google Classroom (see sponsors/officers for codes).

    Instagram + Tik Tok + Twitter: @wehsstuco


    Tabletop Gaming Club

    Overview:  The East Tabletop Gaming Club is a place for students to come together and play games - no experience required!

    Meetings are Fridays, both lunches, in room 224. Currently, the ongoing D&D campaign meets on Fridays in room 121.
    Additional sessions are planned and announced as needed.  

    Bring your lunch with you and eat while you play!

    At meetings, students play:

    • board games such as Risk or Settlers of Catan and more
    • strategy games such as Chess or Go
    • card games such as Fluxx or Karma and more
    • role playing games such as Dungeons & Dragons or Warhammer 40k 

    And we are interested in expanding, so make a suggestion about what you’d like to play, and we’ll get it organized! 
    To connect with other gamers, fill out the Member Sign Up form (in Classroom; Join code pk5bkxq), and then view the member list (spreadsheet) to find people who are interested in the same games you are interested in. 
    We have many members who can help you get started with any of these games, even if you have no experience! 


    Co-Sponsor info:  
    Amy May; Amy.May@apps.wylieisd.net, room 224
    CJ Camacho, CJ.Camacho@apps.wylieisd.net, room 121

    How to stay informed: Join code for the Gaming Club Google Classroom: pk5bkxq
    You can also contact the co-presidents, James (hydjam249@apps.wylieisd.net) and Joshua (devjos263@apps.wylieisd.net) if you have more questions! 



TAFE (Texas Association of Future Educators)

  • TAFE Logo


    TAFE is open to all students who are interested in learning more about the Education Career Field.  Members will have the opportunity to participate in local, state and national events.  Our members participate in community service, and also work with students throughout the district.  Wylie East TAFE is affiliated with Educators Rising, a national organization for students who are interested in a career in Education.

    Sponsor info

    Jill Hill (jill.hill@wylieisd.net)

    Molly Brinkley (molly.brinkley@wylieisd.net)


    How to stay informed

    Meetings are typically held on the first Monday of each month during A lunch in Room 417.
    Remind:  #81010  @21tafe22     Facebook:  WEteach      Twitter:  @WEHSEducation       Google Classroom code: gzbyp4x

    Statewide website tafeonline.org


UIL Accounting, Computer Application, & Film

  • Overview:  

    The Accounting Contest is an hour-long contest consisting of 80 – 100 questions that focus on the elementary principles and practices of accounting for sole proprietorships, partnerships and corporations, and may include bookkeeping terminology, the worksheet with adjustments, income statement, balance sheet, trial balance, account classification, journalizing, posting, bank reconciliation, payroll and other items related to the basic accounting cycle.

    Computer Applications focuses on word processing speed and accuracy, skill in the use of database and spreadsheet applications, and the integration of all of these. The goal of the competition is for students to have a thorough, working knowledge of these three applications and be able to complete substantial tasks in all of them and to direct data from one application to another. The difficulty of the elements on tests will increase as they progress to higher levels of competition.

    The Film contest allows students to submit original works in four different categories: narrative, documentary, computer/digital animation, and traditional animation. Films submitted to the Festival shall be previewed, critiqued and ranked by our adjudicators. Originality, cinematic storytelling, and technical execution are the basis of the scoring. Entries will go through a preliminary round. Those qualifying will go through a second qualifying round. Those qualifying from the second round will go through a State Semi-final round. Those entries advancing to state in each category will be screened, in whole or in digest form,  and ranked first through sixth at the State Festival. 

    Sponsor info:  

    James Hood, James.Hood@wylieisd.net


    How to stay informed



UIL Journalism



    The WEHS journalism team competes in invitational meets and the district meet in the spring. Those placing first-third in an event will advance to regionals. The journalism team members may compete in any (or all) of the following events:

    • News Writing

    • Editorial Writing

    • Feature Writing

    • Headline Writing

    • Copyediting

    Sponsor Info

    Kim Creel, kimberly.creel@wylieisd.net 

    How to stay informed

    Contact Ms. Creel in room 414 or call 972.429.3000 ext. 6186 for more information.


  • Dynasty Logo


    Distinguished Merit recipient. This is the highest ranking given by the UIL's Interscholastic League Press Conference. Thirteen out of the 14 WEHS yearbooks have also been featured in Jostens Look Book due to its superior design and coverage. 

    The yearbook staff is made up of students who excelled in the journalism prerequisite courses. The staff produces the 256-page full-color yearbook each year. Responsible for photographing school events, creating page layouts, writing stories and captions and marketing the yearbook, the yearbook staff has ‘got you covered!’

    Sponsor info: 

    Kim Creel, kimberly.creel@wylieisd.net 

    How to stay informed: 

    Order your yearbook online at www.jostensyearbooks.com or stop by room 414 for an order form. 

    Contact Ms. Creel in room 414, or email kimberly.creel@wylieisd.net, or call 972.429.3000 ext. 6186 for more information.