Wolfe City High School is a rural 2A Texas public school located in Hunt County. It is one of three campuses that comprise Wolfe City Independent School District. The current high school campus, agricultural facilities, and athletic facilities located on Highway 34 were occupied in 1998. Wolfe City High School’s enrollment is approximately 225 students in grades 9-12 and the school employs 21 teachers and 4 paraprofessionals. The administrative team includes the principal, counselor, and secretary. Students at Wolfe City High School get a quality education in an interactive environment.
Wolfe City High School offers College Prep courses and Dual Credit courses that give students a chance to earn college credits in high school. Partner relationships are maintained with both Texas A&M-Commerce and Paris Junior College. WCHS also offers a variety of Career and Technology courses in areas including Agriculture, Welding, Technology, Business, and Health Science. These courses lead students to achievement of industry skills and industry certifications. Fine Arts courses focus on visual art and band program. Wolfe City High School is a regular at a variety of co-curricular district, regional, and state UIL academic events, agricultural and mechanical events, and business events.
Most students at Wolfe City High School will find many extracurricular activities that meet their interest. Challenging UIL sports that have a history of advancing are available for both female and male athletes. These include cross country, football, cheerleading, volleyball, basketball, softball, track & field, baseball, powerlifting, golf, and tennis. In addition, active extracurricular clubs are Beta Club, Student Council, Future Business Leaders of America, Fellowship of Christian Students, Spanish Club, and others.
The surrounding community is supportive of Wolfe City High School. Outside organizations that directly support the school are the Wolfe City Educational Foundation, PTO, Athletic Boosters, and Ag Boosters. Local businesses and organizations donate time, expertise, and money generously to advisory boards, fundraisers, and scholarships. Local churches frequently provide fellowship events and outreach services to WCHS.