Torrence Lytle Community Center

Torrence-Lytle was the only high school for African-Americans in northern Mecklenburg County. From its opening in 1937 to its closing in 1966 Isaac T. Graham was the school’s principal. The Torrence-Lytle building is no longer a county school, but survives as a community center. To read about the rich history and heritage of this school, go to http://www.cmhpf.org/S&Rs%20Alphabetical%20Order/surveys&rTorrenceLytle.htm

 

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