The Cornerstone of the Community
The Woodrow Wilson High School Community Foundation supports the highest quality education for the public schools in Dallas.
Woodrow Wilson High School is more than just a school. It is a cornerstone of the community.
Generations of young people have studied in its classrooms, played on its athletic fields, flourished in its arts programs. They have gone on to meaningful and productive lives, prepared for their roles as adults and as citizens. And each generation has looked back at their Woodrow experience with loyalty and pride.
The Woodrow Wilson High School Community Foundation was formed to ensure that Woodrow’s reputation for excellent education is continued for generations to come. We are committed to supporting educational programs at Woodrow, as well as at the schools in the feeder pattern, in order to uphold the highest standards possible for public education in the city of Dallas.
The Foundation, a 501 c 3 non-profit organization, serves as a central point for fundraising, grants, scholarships, and other programs and projects that support and nurture the public schools in the Woodrow feeder pattern. It is part of the vision of the Foundation to collaborate with other individuals and organizations that are equally dedicated to the advancement of these schools.
Your donation to the Woodrow Wilson High School Community Foundation is a sure way to demonstrate your passion for top-quality public education for today and for tomorrow.
WWHS Community Foundation and the Community
WWHS International Baccalaureate Programme
Woodrow has been selected as Dallas Independent School District's first International Baccalaureate school...read more
About Woodrow Wilson HS
Woodrow Wilson High School, named after the 28th president of the United States, opened its doors in 1929 as the seventh high school in Dallas...read more
Woodrow Wilson Community Council
The Woodrow Wilson High School Community Foundation works closely with another support organization, the...read more
The Woodrow Community Foundation awarded college scholarships to 14 seniors, totalling $25,750. Click here for more information.
Nine outstanding community members have joined the board of directors of the Wooodrow Wilson High School Community Foundation. Click here for more information.
On March 4, 2015, The Woodrow Community Foundation was honored by the Texas House of Representatives with their approval of HR 613. Our thanks to Representative Kenneth Sheets and his staff for this recognition. Click here for more information.
Congratulations to Susan Schuerger, Board Member of the Year, and Maria Hasbany, Volunteer of the Year for 2014. Click here for more information.
The Woodrow Community Foundation awarded 17 college scholarships to outstanding students on May 5. Click here for more information.