After Lily B.
What happens after Lily B.? After 5th grade, students who are zoned to Lily B. move up through the "Paschal Pyramid". There are details below to show why we are so proud to be a part of this pyramid!
A comprehensive public high school, R. L. Paschal High School first opened its doors in 1885 as Fort Worth High School. Paschal exists today as a 6A high school with an enrollment of 2300 students.
Despite the challenges facing inner city schools, Paschal continues its tradition of academic excellence, graduating 2 National Merit finalists and 13 Commended Scholars in 2021. Paschal also had a total of 92 students receive the AP Scholar, Scholar with Distinction, National AP Scholar, Dual Credit or On Ramps honor.
Paschal boasts a full array of men's and women's sports including football, baseball, swimming, wrestling, cross country, golf, soccer, tennis, volleyball, softball, and track and field.
Paschal offers a robust visual and performing arts program, JROTC, and a large variety of clubs and organizations.
McLean 6th Grade Center originally began its academic life as Bluebonnet Elementary in November of 1950. The school later became known as the Applied Learning Academy, but by the Fall of 2000, the institution housed McLean 6th Grade Center.
William Pickney McLean Junior High School first opened on January 28, 1936. The school was located at the corner of Forest Park and Berry Street, the present sight of R.L. Paschal High School. McLean Junior High School moved to its present location on Stadium Drive in September, 1954. In September of 1969 it was renamed McLean Middle School.