Tyler Woolsey graduated in 2010 and went to Texas A&M. While in high school, Woosley participated in football, baseball, key club, FCA, NHS.
What have you done after high school?
“After high school, I attended and graduated from Texas A&M in 2014,” Woolsey said. “After graduation from A&M, I married fellow Legacy Alum Sarah Thornberry. Sarah got into Dental School in San Antonio, so we spent 4 great years in San Antonio while she was in school and I started teaching and coaching. After Sarah graduated in 2018, we moved back home. We had our first son Barrett Woolsey in October of 2018 and just recently built a new house in south Mansfield.”
Explain your job now.
“I am a football and baseball coach and history teacher at Arlington Lamar High School,” Woolsey said.
What is your advice to current high schoolers?
“My advice for current students is to set goals and work towards them,” Woolsey said. “Whether you know what you want to do with your life isn’t as important as growing yourself and your skills. That way you are in a great position when you figure it out, or when that great opportunity presents itself. Learn to work hard, to be a good communicator, to network, and be accountable. Whether it is college or the real world, these are all invaluable traits.”