• Our History

    O. D. Wyatt High School was established in 1968. It educates the southeastern extreme of Fort Worth.  Named after Oscar Dean Wyatt, a former administrator in the Fort Worth Independent School District, O. D. Wyatt has enjoyed a high reputation in athletics and the fine arts throughout its history.  Wyatt, as it is affectionately known, was expanded in the 1970's and the new wing is now the home of the 9th Grade Academy.  Wyatt also is the home of small learning communities where students follow a curriculum and course study that matches their interests.  In addition to the 9th Grade Academy, small learning communities are comprised of CAPA, Career and Performing Arts, HSHS, Health Science and Human Services, and BACT, Business and Computer Technologies.


    School Song

    Hail to the grand and glorious blue and white,
    Throughout the years we pledge our loyality,
    The hallowed halls will ever fill our memory
    Oh, Wyatt High we love and honor thee.

     

    Fight Song


    We are the mighty mighty Chaparrals
    We are the team that we love so well,
    So Wyatt has come to win this game tonight.
    We always win because we fight, fight, fight!
    So we're backing you with all our loyalty
    We're marching on to victory.
    So fight on, you mighty mighty Chaparrals
    Tonight we'll have a victory, victory, victory, victory!

    Yea Blue, Yea White, Yea Wyatt fight, fight, fight!
    Yea Blue, Yea White, Yea Wyatt fight, fight, fight!

    So we're backing you with all our loyalty
    We're marching on to victory.
    So fight on you mighty mighty Chaparrals
    Tonight we'll have a Wyatt victory, victory, victory, victory!

     

    TEA Gold Performance Winner

    Class of 2004 Acknowledged
    Recommended High School Program
    05-06 Acknowledged Reading/ELA
    Comparable Improvement
    Class of 2006 Acknowledged
    Recommended High School Program 
    06-07 Acknowledged Mathmatics
    Comparable Improvement
    09-10 Acknowledged Social Studies
    Commended Performance