Roswell High School Welcomes New Principal and Assistant Principal

Roswell High School welcomes a new principal and an assistant principal to the administration team for the 2022-23 academic year. Principal LaToya Miley and Assistant Principal Matthew McNamara bring a combined 34 years of educational experience.

Principal Miley began June 6 after having previously been principal on the elementary and middle school levels, a high school assistant principal and working in Fulton County Schools District Office. Most recently, Miley has been principal at Sandtown Middle School. She has been an educator for 22 years, 17 of which have been with Fulton County Schools.   

Miley is a native of Fort Lauderdale, Fla. She holds a bachelor’s degree in education from Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University, a master’s degree in education with a specialization in educational leadership and administration and an educational specialist degree in curriculum instruction management and administration, both from Nova Southeastern University.

Miley is the married mother of twin sons Jaylen and Jordan, and daughter Jade. In her spare time, she enjoys reading. One unusual fact about her is that besides being the mother of twins, she has twin sisters and twin nephews in her family.

“I am looking forward to embarking on a new journey of traditions filled with pride,” said Miley. “I am so excited to be a Hornet!”

Assistant Principal McNamara grew up in Fulton County and graduated from Northview High School in Johns Creek. He earned his bachelor’s in special education and master’s in middle grades education from Georgia Southern University. He also holds a Tier 1 in Leadership from the University of North Georgia. He has teaching experience in special education, general education and talented and gifted math at River Trail and Autrey Mill middle schools. He has also coached soccer. The last four years he was assistant administrator at Johns Creek High School where he was named Professional of the Year in 2021. He joined the administrative team at Roswell High School July 10.

 McNamara is married with three daughters. His hobbies include woodworking and hiking.

He said, “I am looking forward to joining a school that has such a rich history and amazing school culture. I am very excited to be a part of the Hornet family.”