Points of Pride
Ysleta Middle was established in 1976 and is the first middle school in the Ysleta area. It is located behind the Ysleta High School and near the Ysleta Elementary School. Our school offers a STEM program to prepare students for their future. STEM courses integrate science, technology, engineering and math to help students build their problem-solving skills with real world issues.
Our campus achieves 100% passing Algebra scores.
Band, guitar, piano, choir, orchestra and art are some of the many music fine arts electives offered to students.
The school offers a thriving athletic program for student athletes. Many students have an opportunity to try various sports for the first time before narrowing down to their most desired sport in high school. Some of our championships include:
- Division II District Swimming Champions
- Division II District 8th Grade Football Champions
- Cross Country District Champions
- 7th Grade Softball District Champions
The 21st century program offers free before and after school learning activities. Students receive help from experienced tutors and enjoy cooking, roller coaster engineering, martial arts, yoga, video production, art and gardening classes given by teachers. The program is designed for English language building, socialization skills, homework help and student interests.
The Ysleta Independent School District (YISD) is pleased to announce the recent appointment of David Gonzalez as the principal of Ysleta Middle School. Gonzalez, a graduate of Riverside High School, began his career in education in 2003 as an English teacher at Parkland High School. He went on to serve as an English teacher and student activities director at Riverside High School before working as an assistant principal in the Clint Independent School District (CISD). He holds a bachelor’s degree in English and American literature from UTEP, and a master’s degree in education from Sul Ross University. Gonzalez’s new job duties as Ysleta Middle School principal take effect Monday, July 17.