Mrs. Jeryl Jean (J.J.) Kyle is the principal of William B. Travis High School that opened in the 2006-2007 school year.
Kyle has over 41 years of experience in secondary public education, with 26 years in administration and 13 years as a principal. She began her career as an American History teacher as Huntsville Intermediate School, teaching there three years. After leaving the Huntsville area, she first came to Fort Bend ISD in 1973 as a history teacher at Dulles Middle School, and also taught history at Sugar Land Middle School, before becoming as Associate Principal at Missouri City Middle School. Kyle also served as Associate Principal at Dulles Middle School before opening Garcia Middle School as the school's first principal. Kyle was principal of Sartartia Middle School through the 2005/2006 school year, where she was also responsible for opening the school. Mrs. Kyle opened Travis High School starting in the Fall of 2006 as it first principal.
Mrs. Kyle holds a Master of Education degree and a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Education and Government from Sam Houston State University. She earned her Mid-Management Administrative Certification from Prairie View A & M University, and attended the Center for Executive Leadership at Lamar University, and many others.