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Welcome to Lytle High School. Home of the Pirates.

  • CLytle High School lass begins at 8:45 am and releases at 4:15 pm

    Early release is 1:39 pm

    Full bell schedule

    Phone: 830-709-5105

  • New Alternative Graduation Requirements

    LYTLE ISD school board members have approved alternative graduation requirements for students who entered high school before the 2011-2012 school year but did not graduate because they did not pass all parts of the TAAS or TAKS standardized test.


  • PTECH stands for Pathways in Technology Early College High School

    Pathways in Technology Early College High Schools (P-TECH) is an open-enrollment program that provides students with work-based education. P-TECH programs:

    • Provide students grade 9 through 12 the opportunity to complete a course of study that combines high school and post-secondary courses.
    • Within six years, enable students to earn a high school diploma, an associate degree, a two-year post-secondary certificate or industry certification, and complete work-based training.
    • Allow students to gain work experience through an internship, apprenticeship, or other job training programs.
    • Partner with Texas Institutions of Higher Education (IHEs) and regional businesses and industries, giving students access to post-secondary education and workforce training opportunities.

    The Texas Education Agency (TEA) will collaborate with the Texas Workforce Commission (TWC) and the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board (THECB) to develop and implement a plan for the P-TECH program that addresses:

    • Regional workforce needs.
    • Course credit transfer policies between IHEs.
    • Internships, apprenticeships, and other work-based education programs for P-TECH students

    Under the authority of the Texas Education Code and the Texas Administrative Code, the TEA developed a designation process for the P-TECH program.  This designation process ensures that public school districts and charter schools operating P-TECH campuses maintain the integrity of the model.

    Texas is home to 34 designated P-TECH Schools and Lytle ISD is one of 28 planning campuses for the 2018-2019 school year.

    For more information on PTECH Grants go to:

    For specific documentation related to Lytle ISD's PTECH grant go to:


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  • Student Cell Phone Policy Enforcement

    Dear Parents,


    As the school year's final semester gets ready to end, we are finding that an increasing number of school-issued electronic devices are not being brought to school, charged and ready for use in the classroom. To offset the lack of school-issued devices in the classroom, teachers have been allowing students to use their phones to complete assignments. Unfortunately, cell phone usage has extended beyond completing classwork and has caused a disruption of the educational process. As a result, the cell phone policy, as found in the student handbook, will be enforced beginning in January. The policy states that cell phones can only be used before and after school, as well as during lunch.


    For those students and parents that have been diligent in ensuring their child brings their school-issued device to school daily, we would like to thank you. For the students that have not brought their devices to school regularly, we ask parents to assist us by reminding your child to charge them over the break and have them ready to use them at school in January.


    Please feel free to contact me at 830-709-5105, if you have additional questions.


    Thank you,

    Loretta Zavala, Lytle High School Principal

     Letter to parents from Loretta Zavala

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Our Stories

  • 11-13-2019 JV1 Boys Basketball Scrimmage vs. Pleasanaton

    Last night, November 12th, the JV 1 boys basketball team traveled to Pleasanton High School for their one and only scrimmage prior to opening the regular season. We got off to a very slow start and fell behind against a very disciplined and well coached Eagles team. It took a strong full court defensive effort to get back in the ball game which led to a dramatic conclusion. Our defensive effort in the second half was led by Matthew, Eldridge, Malaki Castro, Joe Cortez and lastly Collin Aldridge who made the final 3-point desperation shot at the buzzer, for our only lead of the game and the game winning shot. There were some positive things we saw as a staff, as well as many things that need improvement.

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  • 11-13-2019 Girls Varsity Basketball vs. La Vernia

    The girls opened their season last night, November 11th, against a tough La Vernia team and took a loss of 62-38. We did some good things, but we saw the things we need to work harder on to get to where we need to be come January. We face many tough teams like this in the next few months, but it always makes you better. Noelia Medina led the team with 17 points and Kiara Nixon added 11. Eleni Keith put up 9 points for us, she hit her head hard on the floor last night and it was ruled a concussion last night by doctors, she will be out at least 2 weeks. Please keep Eleni in your prayers. Clarissa Ramos and Kylie Mask got into foul trouble early so that took away from our defensive game plan. Abby Moreno and Alex Nagelin gave us great minutes off the bench. Like I told the girls last night, we learn from our mistakes and show up today and work harder. Go Pirates!!!!

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  • 11-11-2019 State Cross Country Results 2019

    This past Saturday, November 9th, the Pirates from Lytle competed in the final race of the 2019 season against the best in the State. It was a perfect day with beautiful temperatures and very little wind. Many Pirate followers were there to see these fine athletes compete.

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  • 11/8/2019 JV Football vs. Marion

    November 7th, the Pirate defense led by Joseph Araujo, Malakai Castro, and Cecil Olivarri, were able to create a 3 and out on the opening offensive drive for Marion, which gave the ball to the offense just 2 minutes into the 1st quarter. As it has been all season long, the very first play of the game has been a bubble screen, double pass that has a completion rate of 100%; it was completed last night from Collin Aldridgeto Malakai Castro who passed to Darren Martinez, in which Martinez scampered down the sideline for an opening play 60 yard Touchdown pass to give the Pirates the early lead, 6-0. A 2 point conversion was attempted after an offsides call, which was successful, so the lead went up to 8-0 Pirates.

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  • 11-8-2019 All District Honors for Volleyball

    Congratulations to the following girls who are true student athletes.

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