Wasn't that long ago the Dallas Independent School District was fighting to keep W.H. Adamson High School off the city's list of historically designated landmarks in order to raze the old Oak Cliff High School, part of the '08 bond program. But in December the district backed off, and in June the co ... More >>
The "replacement" W.H. Adamson High SchoolA good Friend of Unfair Park (OK, my next-door-neighbor and fellow DISD parent) directs our attention to yesterday's announcement heralding the launch of this website, which allows you to see how the Dallas Independent School District's doling out the $1. ... More >>
In May 2008 the Landmark Commission's Designation Committee first took up the topic of W.H. Adamson High School, once known as Oak Cliff High. At the time it was expected that the Dallas Independent School District might have some issues with designation -- not only because the district has only ... More >>
Ten days before Christmas we broke the news: The Dallas Independent School District has purchased the old Oak Cliff Christian Church with the intentions of razing the 94-year-old 10th Street structure to make way for an athletic complex accompanying the W.H. Adamson High School redo. But court he ... More >>
Countless times, Dallas Independent School District spokesman Jon Dahlander has said: The district has no plans to raze W.H. Adamson High School, due for an expansion sooner than later. But the district also doesn't want the historic Oak Cliff school designated as a city landmark -- which, after ... More >>
Poor, brown, and inner-city. These Adamson High School kids weren't supposed to make it. They did anyway.
Ray Wylie Hubbard is no longer up against the wall, redneck mother