Meet TMHS Principal Dr. Mike Metz

Meet Dr. Mike Metz is the New Principal at Tomball Memorial High School.

Dr. Metz was with Magnolia Independent School District since 2014. He was named Principal of Magnolia High School in 2016 and prior to that role, served as Principal of Magnolia Junior High for two years.

Dr. Metz is no stranger to Tomball ISD. He has served as a teacher, an Assistant Principal at Northpointe Intermediate and as an Assistant Principal at Tomball High School as well as the head soccer coach. Dr. Metz returns to Tomball with 10 years of administrative experience, serving a total of 16 years in education.

He grew up in Tomball and was a product of Tomball ISD. Upon graduation from Tomball High School, he attended Texas A&M University where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree.

He continued his education and earned a Master of Education degree from Sam Houston State University in 2007. In 2015, he received a Doctorate in Educational Leadership from Lamar University.

Dr. Metz and his wife Jenny, along with their three children live in Tomball ISD and we are happy to welcome them back home.


In his own words ...
What makes working in TISD so special? 
“Working in Tomball ISD is special for many reasons. I started kindergarten at Lakewood Elementary and graduated from Tomball High School. I attended Tomball Schools all the way, K – 12.  I then worked in various positions on the north and south side of the district, investing in my hometown, and pouring into the programs and schools that did so much for me growing up. After five years of being away, I’m returning to TISD, which is the district that all of my personal children attend (Carly 13, Gracie 10, Eli 8), and I could not be more excited about investing in the very community that played such a huge role in shaping me. For me, working in TISD is special, because there’s no place like home.”

What are you looking forward to most about leading TMHS this upcoming school year?
“I am most looking forward to reconnecting with the families of students that I served when I was an Assistant Principal at Northpointe Intermediate (2009 – 2012)!  When I had the opportunity to speak at the 8th grade ceremony this May, I recognized several of the parents in the crowd who had older students that went through NIS back then.  I am also very excited to reconnect with several former colleagues that I worked with at Tomball High School back when I was a math teacher and soccer coach (2004 – 2009), and when I was an Assistant Principal there (2012 – 2014).  I developed many strong relationships with some amazing educators that I have tremendous respect for, and I am so excited to be working with them again.”