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Welcome to Lytle Junior High School 

  • See Junior High Remote Instruction During COVID-19

    Welcome to Lytle Junior High! Our district is committed to a 21st Century vision of education and we encourage our students, staff, parents, and community to partner with us as we work towards preparing our learners for a successful life after graduation. Thank you for being a major part of our growth!

    — Michelle Carroll Smith, Lytle ISD Superintendent

    Lytle Junior High School

    Class begins at 8:45 am and releases at 4:15 pm

    Early release is 1:39 pm

    Full bell schedule

    Phone: 830-709-5115



Our Stories

  • Lytle ISD Teachers Receive Message of Thanks from Parents

    This simple message organized by parents in our community and posted to Facebook means so much.

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  • 3-15-2020 Lessons from the Rings Lytle Edition

    The Lytle Meets were held before Spring Break. I really appreciate all the coaches and helpers who came together to accomplish this meet. This meet allows me to find those Junior High throwers who have gained enough skill from their throwing practice to qualify for the district meet. Since we host the Meet, we were able to throw all those who come to practice. The High School threw against everyone in the District except Jourdanton so we were able to see where we would rank in a District meet.

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  • 3-4-2020 JH Track Meet in Bandera

    Last Friday night, February 28th, our 7th and 8th Grade boys traveled to Bandera. Once again, the boys showed a great will to compete in all events. The effort and dedication these boys showed was very impressive. The 7th-grade boys got 3rd place overall and the 8th-grade boys got 6th overall. As a coach, I continue to be extremely proud of the way they compete and how flexible they are. If you see and/or know any of these boys, please congratulate them on a great job!! Our next meet is this Friday, March 6th in Lytle! Come and support your Pirates! Also, a very large shout out to Amadeus Trejo-Perez who showed tremendous sportsmanship and kindness as they allowed another young man to place in their respective race. Another shout out goes to Rowdy Harvey who showed similar kindness and sportsmanship in his race due to the previous action.

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  • 3-2-2020 Lessons from the Rings - Bandera Edition

    Welcome to March. Last week the Lytle Track teams competed at Bandera. With Fredricksburg, Devine, Hondo, Bandera and Antonian present it was like an area meet for my throwers. This week in both the Junior High and High School the boys threw better than the ladies. The ladies all did well and received marks but we only received one medal. Sarah Yruarte placed second in the JV girls Shot Putt with a throw of 26’2”. Bandera only gives medals for top three like in the Regional and State Track Meets. If you have a Bandera medal you threw well.

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  • 2-21-2020 8th Grade CCMR Trip - SAPD Training Academy

    My 8th grade College, Career, and Military Readiness class had the privilege to tour the San Antonio Police Training Academy. This group of students has shown an interest in careers in Law Enforcement and Public Safety, one of the Career Clusters that we study.

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