Warren Woods Tower High School

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Warren Woods Tower High School
WWTLogo.jpg
Location
27900 Bunert
Warren, Michigan 48088

United States
Information
Type Public
School district Warren Woods Public Schools
Principal Michael Mackenzie
Faculty 52.0 (on FTE basis)[1]
Grades 9 to 12
Enrollment 1,100 (2010–11)
Student to teacher ratio 20.6 [1]
Color(s) Honolulu Blue and Silver
Athletics conference Macomb Area Conference
Mascot Titans
Website

Warren Woods Tower High School, commonly referred to as Tower, is a public high school in Warren, Michigan which educates students in grades 9–12. It is a part of the Warren Woods Public Schools school district. As of 2008, Mike Mackenzie is the school principal.[2] Its athletic teams are known as the Titans, and the school colors are Honolulu Blue and Silver. The school is the result of the 1983 merger of Robert S. Tower and Warren Woods High Schools. Robert S. Tower was Superintendent of the Warren Woods School District in the 1960s and early 1970s. Tower's athletic teams during the beginning until 1983 were known as the Vikings.

History[edit]

Warren Woods High School opened in 1965 and graduated its first group of seniors in 1967. Its athletic teams were nicknamed "Warriors" and its school colors were green and white. The school won the State Class B football championship in 1978.[3] Due to declining enrollment, the school closed in 1983 and merged with Robert S. Tower High School. The merged school was located on the old Tower High School site, as it was a newer campus. Warren Woods Middle School now sits on the old Warren Woods High School site and Enterprise High School is located on the old Warren Woods Middle School site.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Lincoln High School. National Center for Education Statistics. Retrieved on 2008-06-23. "Students: 1073 (2005-2006)
  2. ^ "Warren Woods-Tower High School". Retrieved 2008-09-04. 
  3. ^ "Football Yearly Champions 1975-2009". Michigan High School Athletic Association. Retrieved 28 September 2010. 

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Coordinates: 42°30′03″N 82°58′40″W / 42.5007°N 82.977657°W / 42.5007; -82.977657