• Welcome Students & Parents!

    We look forward to serving you this school year. 

    The Mission of the Woodrow Wilson Counseling Department is to provide a comprehensive, developmental counseling program that empowers all students to excel in academics, career, emotional and social aspirations, and to reach their potential growth and success.

    Our vision is for all students to experience the academic success that propels them towards graduation and the choice for college and/or the workforce.


     

  • Dallas County Promise 2021-2022

    Click here to take the Dallas County Promise Pledge before Febrary 2, 2022!!!

    All graduating seniors are required to take the Promise Pledge, which does not commit you to a school but ensures your to recieve the Promise or Dallas Rising Star Scholarships. To see a list of schools participating in the Dallas County Promise, click here.


     FAFSA/TAFSA News

    Starting with the 2021-2022 school year all graduating seniors are required to complete the FAFSA for the 2022-2023 school year. FAFSA opened up October 1, 2021 and students are encouraged to apply early to ensure they are able to recieve funding. 

    If you have questions, please feel free to visit our College Advisor Ms. Walton, in the Library, or stop by the counseling office to speak with a counselor.


    Woodrow Wilson High School/Career Institute East 

    Woodrow Wilson, in partnership with Career Institute East, offers courses that allows students to earn endorsements, industry certifications, and gain workplace experience. Students will be provided transportation to Career Institute during the school day.  Endorsements offered at Woodrow Wilson include Arts & Humanities*, Business & Industry**, Public Service**, STEM* and Multidisciplinary Studies*. Click here to see the pathway cources and classes offered at Career East. During spring registration and course selections for next year, students will learn more about courses offered at Career Institute. For more information about courses offered at Woodrow Wilson and Career Institute East, please feel free to contact your student's counselor.