Lytle Independent School District is a public school district located in Lytle, TX. It has 1,698 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 15 to 1. According to state test scores, 27% of students are at least proficient in math and 28% in reading.
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Lytle Independent School District Reviews
There must be a change in the field of STEM. Many past alum have found competing in a college program that heavily revolves around any of the four major fields of study was very challenging. For this reason alone, I had to change my initial major of Aerospace Engineering, because I was very unprepared to face the demanding workloads of my coursework. Lytle High School has to establish a much better foundation of academic support to their students pursuing further education, beyond k-12.
Lytle High School was overall fun and safe. Back in my day teachers were great and so was the sports. But now it has gone down hill. The sports are horrible to watch and they still run their school like they have no resources. Other school you can graduate with certificates. I believe the only thing they provide for the future is dual credit. Other school have an academic advantage. considering it is a small school everyone knows everyone which is good because the teachers can really help you if you need it. If you don't need help and need more challenging course work then you are tough out of luck. Experience with me versus my siblings are completely different. one thing for sure is that security is way better now then when i was going there. Now everyone needs ID's and they lock the doors. Before there was nothing as high tech. As for sports it all went down hill and that was 6 years ago. I'd like to blame the younger generation for their attitude.
The school is very small but has a lot of wonderful opportunities for students, in terms of dual credit courses and extracurricular activities. The staff help more than what is expected and accommodate what students' need in order to be comfortable in a learning environment. The teachers also establish a one on one relationship with each student.