Metz School Front
  • Metz Junior High School was named for Miss Grace E. Metz, a teacher in Manassas for many years. Miss Metz was born on August 28, 1891, and died on September 26, 1986. Her memory will live on as students learn in the beautiful building named in her honor. Construction on Metz Junior High School began in 1988 by Cahaba Construction Company. The architecture firm of McClintock and Associates designed the building using input from faculty and staff at Dean Middle School and Osbourn High School. The school features a civic auditorium with a capacity of 982, two gymnasiums, two commons areas, ten science labs, six computer labs, two technology education labs, and numerous other instructional areas. A large library is the focal point of the first floor academic wing. Metz Junior High School opened for the first time on September 4, 1990, with approximately 1050 students and a staff of 130. Grace E. Metz Junior High School became Grace E. Metz Middle School on July 1, 2000 and is the sole middle school in the Manassas City School Division, serving grades 7 and 8. School Colors: navy blue and silver. Mascot: Mustang

  • 9950 Wellington Road
    Manassas, VA  20110

    Phone: 571-377-6800
    Fax: 703-257-8615 


    Principal: Mr. Dave Rupert
    Grades Served: 7-8
    Year Opened: 1990
    Current Enrollment: 1025
    School Hours:  7:40 am - 2:45 pm
    Early Release Time: 11:50 am

Grace E. Metz