2900 Scott Road
Marietta, GA 30066
Office: 678-594-8048
Fax: 678-594-8050
Office Hours
8:30am-4:45pm

Our History

Opening in 1965, J.J. Daniell Middle School is named for Judge James Jordan Daniell (1877-1973), a Cobb County Commissioner who taught in a one-room schoolhouse before the turn of the century. Judge Jordan was instrumental in bringing development to Cobb County during the post-depression era and for instilling a cohesive sense of community pride. This strong community tradition is evident today. Following his lead, J.J. Daniell Middle School continues to promote an appreciation for the roots of hometown life while preparing its students to branch out into the larger world. We are a family. Many of our parents and teachers attended middle school at J.J. Daniell and have remained in this area to see their children attend the same school. Today we are a "Georgia School of Excellence" that serves approximately 1,000 students in the 6, 7, and 8 grades. Year after year, our students have consistently demonstrated their ability to receive a strong academic education preparing them for high school success. Our student body feeds into Sprayberry High School, one of the top ranked high schools in the United States and the metropolitan Atlanta area according to US News and World Report.

Mascots

Bulldogs
Wolverines
Jackets
Dolphins

 

Name Change

1965-1975 J.J. Daniell Junior High School
1975-present - J.J. Daniell Middle School

 

Principals

Robert Alford: 1965-1966
Richard Dyer: 1966-1968
James Newsome: 1968-1977
David Tilley: 1977-1980
Kelly Henson: 1980-1981
Brad Sanderson: 1981-1985
James Wilson: 1985-1990
Michael Campbell: 1990-1995
Randy Reece: 1995-1998
Susan Galante: 1998-2003
Merrilee Heflin: 2003-2007
David Nelson: 2007-present