Wylie Weekly

Keep Up With All the Happenings at WHS!

Changes to the Bulldog Football Schedule

The Bulldog football team has kicked off this football season with two wins and some schedule rearranging due to COVID. Two of the Bulldogs' games had to be cancelled and those will not be re-scheduled. The Bulldogs December 4 game against Plainview has been moved to Friday, October 23. The game will still be a home game and serve as homecoming for our Wylie Bulldogs.
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homecoming 2020

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Protect Our School Year

Let’s protect ourselves, our school year, and our extracurricular activities. Wear a face covering and keep 6’ distancing when possible.

Financial Aid Night

Parents of Juniors and Seniors are encouraged to attend our Financial Aid Night on October 22, 2020 at 6:30 p.m. in the PAC. Our speaker will provide important information and answer questions on how financial aid works and how to pay for college.

West Texas Golf Classic Champion

Karson Grigsby won the West Texas Classic Golf Tournament this past weekend shooting rounds of 73 and 66. He tied for first place and won the individual title on the 6th hole of a playoff. For the day, Karson played 24 holes and was 10 under par on those holes. Read about Carson's victory here or here.

Potosi Family Day

Potosi Baptist Church will host the 4th annual Car & Bike Show as well as a craft show and children's festival this Saturday, October 17 from 10 AM-2:30 PM at 2826 Potosi Road. There will be food, games, and a bounce house. All Wylie families are invited to attend.

Wylie Volleyball SETS up for district title run

Congratulations to the Wylie Lady Bulldogs on their district opener win against Lubbock Monterey!


Freshman 25-8,25-9

JVW 25-22,25-27,25-13

JVB- 21-25,25-19,25-18

Varsity 25-19, 25-19, 26-24


Check out the district preview in the Wylie Growl and read up on the game here. Photo is courtesy of the Wylie Growl.

Occ Prep Goes to Work

Our Occupation Preparation students have been hard at work this school year! Every Friday they go to Garden world and work for an hour replanting, watering, and moving plants. This last Friday they each got to take a pumpkin home after work!
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boo at the hugh

Join the Wylie West and East Junior High along with the Wylie Pure Gold Band for the first ever "Boo at the Hugh"! The bands will provide a special Halloween performance at 7:00 PM on October 30 in Hugh Sandifer Stadium.
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Wylie Students Start a Band

A worship band formed in the midst of COVID-19 full of local students, most of which are WHS students. The band is called Twelve 21. Throughout the spring and summer these students lead pop-up worship nights in parking lots around the Big Country. Last Wednesday, they got their biggest gig yet. They lead FCA's Fields of Faith at the Mustang Bowl in Sweetwater. Check out their Instagram and see where they'll be playing next.

Have you caught someone being a Bulldog?

Have you caught a student or a WHS staff member "Being a Bulldog"? We want to hear about it!

What is being a Bulldog? The American Kennel Club describes a Bulldog as kind but courageous, full of tenacity, friendly, and loyal companions. It is fitting that we are the Wylie Bulldogs because those are the qualities we strive for our campus to exude.

We believe that it is important to recognize those that are examples of kindness, friendliness, loyalty, and courage. Students and staff members can be nominated by students, staff, and community members. It is the hope of WHS that Bulldogs will inspire other Bulldogs to continue to show these characteristics. Nominate someone here!

Extra, Extra... Read All About It!

Check out WHS's school newspaper, The Wylie Paw Print! Read the articles written by students with the latest news from Wylie High. Watch videos, participate in polls, read about breaking news, and keep up with sports scores! Follow The Wylie Paw Print on Instagram (@wyliepawprint) and find the newspaper on the Wylie Bulldogs app.

Yearbooks on Sale

Don't miss out on this year's yearbook! Order your 2020-2021 yearbook now! Click HERE to order yours.

Win Big with the VFW Voice of Democracy Essay Contest

Established in 1947, our Voice of Democracy audio-essay program provides high school students with the unique opportunity to express themselves in regards to a democratic and patriotic-themed recorded essay. Each year, more than 51,000 9-12 grade students from across the country enter to win their share of more than $1.9 million in educational scholarships and incentives awarded through the program.

The national first place winner receives a $30,000 scholarship paid directly to the recipient’s American university, college or vocational/technical school. A complete list of other national scholarships range from $1,000-$16,000, and the first place winner from each VFW Department (state) wins a minimum scholarship of $1,000 and an all-expense-paid trip to Washington, D.C. If interested, please stop by Mrs. Harrison's room, 418, for an application. They have to be submitted to a sponsoring local VFW Post by midnight, Oct. 31.

early voting now open

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Pep Rally & Spirit Day Schedule

Updated 10/13/20.
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Upcoming Events at WHS

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WHS At-Home Learning