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  • 2018-19 Yearbooks are in! If you didn't order, you can still buy online through

    Yearbooks are in! If you preordered/prepaid a 2018-19 Jolly Roger Yearbook, you may pick up your book at the High School in room #113. (Due to construction, please enter through the Junior High, and ask for Mr. Mumme or Ms. Migura.) If you did not preorder/prepay for a yearbook, you can still order a copy that will be directly shipped to your home. Go to and use Lytle's invitation code (1013757160773086) to set up your account and purchase the book. Save your account credentials because you can log on and have access to the digital book forever in addition to the printed yearbook that is shipped to your home. This flyer shows the process for setting up an account and purchasing the book. There is a 15% discount for buying the book before September 30!

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  • 3-4-2019 Junior High / High School Chess Tournament

    This past Saturday Lytle Junior high and High School played in our 2nd chess tournament of the year, but this time we hosted it here at home. We did rather well for ourselves and did our district proudly. The two other districts loved our facility’s and how well organized the meet was and are looking forward to returning next year.

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  • 5-21-2018 Robo Pirates Earn Team Spirit Award at State

    I am happy to announce that the Lytle HS Robo Pirates brought home the Team Spirit award at the Texas UIL FIRST Robotics State Championship! While our robot did not perform as planned on the field, the Robo Pirates never quit and were gracious competitors. One of only three awards given out, the Team Spirit award goes to the team that demonstrates the most team identity, enthusiasm, and sportsmanship. These students have truly embraced what it means to be Lytle Pirates!

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  • 4-11-2018 LHS Robo Pirates Going to State!

    The Lytle High School Robo Pirates are headed to the State UIL Robotics Tournament on May 19 in Austin!! That means we ended our FTC season as one of the top teams in the Class 1A-4A division in the state.

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  • 2-21-2018 RoboPirates Compete in Alamo Region Championship

    This past Friday and Saturday, the Lytle High School RoboPirates teams competed in the Alamo Region Championship in Austin. The teams went through interviews with a panel of judges, connected with other teams and industry professionals, and competed on the field against the top 80 teams from all across central and south Texas.

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