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Welcome to Lytle Junior High School 

  • 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 4:23 pm

    Early release is 1:30 pm

    Phone: 830-709-5115

    Address: 18975 W Farm To Market 2790 S, Lytle, TX 78052

Our Stories

  • 1-29-2021 7th Grade Boys Basketball vs Karnes City

    Last night, January 28th, the 7th Grade boys travelled to Karnes City. With only 6 traveling, Chase Guevara, Princeton Menchaca, Noah Merrell, Darrius Garcia, Fabian Ayala, and Diego Reyna, the boys faced an uphill battle. Chase was on fire and led all scorers with 23 points. Diego, Darrius, and Noah also contributed to some points. Fabian and the rest of the boys played stifling defense with a relentless full-court press. The Pirates jumped to a way out 27-4 lead. Playing a bit more conservative in the 2nd half, the Pirates held on and won the game! The Pirates moved to 3-1! Go, Pirates!

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  • 1-29-2021 8th Grade Girls Closeout Basketball Home Schedule

    The Covid has made all of us step up into different areas to help our fellow Pirates. Coach Cordero took time for arrangements and remembering her father, who succumbed to the disease. She asked me to finish the season with her 7th Grade ladies. Last night, January 28th, Karnes City had no team of 7th Graders but Coach Bohl allowed me to sit on the bench with her team as they played their final game at home. What amazing gains have been made this year amid uncertainty. Unfortunately, the ladies, who held the lead after the first three quarters failed to hold to the end. The strengths of this team could be seen as they closed out the first half. The size of this group was able to stretch the half time lead to 13 - 7 as they snagged offensive rebounds. Ari Garcia led the ladies with 8 points, Valentina Ayala added 5, and Addison Criado, Marlena Cuellar, Gigi Haltom and Lunna Reyes each added two apiece. Thanks for all the support the parents and teachers have given these young athletes.

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  • 1-25-2021 Exciting Junior High Band Honors

    Just as with the High School Band, Junior High band students competed in virtual All-Region Band auditions. I’m so excited to say that our students represented Lytle very well. When students compete, those that make the band are placed into one of two bands, Symphonic and Concert. Symphonic is the top band with the top students from our Region. Concert band is the second band. Even though we are unable to have a clinic and concert this year, the following students have bragging rights for the next year and will still receive their All-Region Band patch.

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  • 1-22-2021 7th Grade Boys Basketball vs Jourdanton

    Last night, January 21, the 7th Grade boys' basketball team traveled to face the Jourdanton Indians. The boys only had one day of practice. The Pirates started off slow on the night with a few turnovers here and there in the 1st quarter. However, we found our groove in the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th quarters. Chase Guevara led all scorers with 19 points! Tobey Davila, Antonio Castro, Byrce Smith, Darrius Garcia, Noah Merrell also contributed with points. Fabian Ayala and Diego Reyna played great defense all night. Chris Jakes, Lee Mills, Princeton Menchaca all helped to secure the paint with some great rebounding! This was a total team effort, and the Lytle Pirates came out on top. This brings our overall record to 2-1! Go Pirates!

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  • 12-18-2020 Lead Worthy Service Project

    Katlyn Trevino offered my Lead Worthy class a challenge from her Lead Worthy classes in Brazoswood High School. We have been challenged this year to give Hope and to handoff to someone else Hope. My students accepted the challenge and we made Christmas cards and filled a Christmas bag for some community organizations and school workers. It has been a challenging year for everyone and we wish we could give everyone a card and treat but know each of my students appreciate what everyone in this district has done. Attached are the photos of my students in the first semester presenting the cards and bags.

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