We all know that the salaries of high school football coaches are on the rise around the country, and now comes a report from the Houston Chronicle that shows fifteen high school football coaches in the Houston-area are making six-figures.
Katy High School head coach Gary Joseph, who was the 2015 High School Football America/NHSCA Coach of the Year, sits at the top of the list with a salary of $132,011. Joseph has led Katy to four state championships, including last year’s Class 6A Division II title and a #3 ranking in the final High School Football America National Top 25. His overall record is 168-14.
Joseph isn’t the only head coach in the Katy Independent School District making more than $100K. All seven Katy coaches make over 100-grand, with the top five highest paid coaches in the Houston-area coming out of the Katy ISD, according to the report.
The Houston Chronicle report indicates that of the 62 head coaches that it profiled, averaged $93,000. Below are the coaches that are making over $100,000.
Gary Joseph, Katy HS – $132,011
Donald Clayton, Katy Cinco Ranch HS – $127,011
Charles Meadows, Katy Morton Ranch HS – $121,011
Anthony Tademy, Katy Tompkins HS – $114,957
Lydell Wilson, Katy Seven Lakes HS – $113,602
Richard Carson, College Park HS – $111,418
Mark Schmid, The Woodlands – $110,317
Hiram Walker, Conroe HS – $111,418
Bill Barron, Elsik HS – $110,212.55
James Rabe, Katy Mayde Creek HS – $107,850
Dereck Rush, Oak Ridge HS – $107,773
Steven Svendsen, Caney Creek – $105,400
William Herrmann, Katy Taylor HS – $105,351
Dennis Brantley, Elkins HS – $103,104
Daniel Schreiber, Stephen F. Austin – $101,922