Tomball Junior High serves 847 students in grades 7 and 8.
Tomball Junior High School serves seventh and eighth grade students through a seven period daily schedule. Seventh grade required courses are: English/language arts, mathematics, science, and Texas history. Eighth grade required courses are: English/language arts, mathematics, science, and U. S. history. Physical education is required to be taken in both the seventh and eighth grade. One semester of keyboarding and one semester of computer applications are required to be taken in seventh grade.
Electives may be chosen from: art, athletics, band, choir, crafts, foreign language (Spanish), career investigations, creative writing, health, introduction to business, introduction to record keeping, introduction to speech, theater arts, journalism/TV, music appreciation, life management skills, and Leadership Officer Training Corps.
Advanced classes in seventh and eighth grade are offered in English, math and science. In eighth grade, advanced math and science are for high school credit.
The junior high has adopted the middle school concept with students divided into teams. An interdisciplinary team of four teachers (one from each core subject – math, science, English, history) is responsible for each team. Teaming promotes relevance, consistency, transfer of knowledge, and a sense of belonging to a group.
The campus offers a wide variety of clubs and activities.