Woodrow Wilson High School. Built in 1927-28 to serve the growing student population in east Dallas, this was the seventh high school in the city. An important example of the period revivals which characterized architecture of the 1920s, this structure reflects the Jacobethan Revival style. Outstanding features include prominent entry bays and stone detailing. Many of the school's graduates have enjoyed successful careers in business, politics, science, sports, and the arts. RTHL - 1989 #6923