Tower Heights Middle School
|Tower Heights Middle School|
|Member of SO since||2006|
|Best regional||2019, 1st (Most Recent Time)|
|Best state||2017, 1st|
|Best nationals||2018, 14th|
Tower Heights Middle School is a Division B team in the state of Ohio. They qualified for Nationals for the first time in 2017, finishing in first place and ending Solon Middle School's eight-year winning streak. Along with Magsig Middle School and Hadley E. Watts Middle School, they are one of three feeders to the perennial national powerhouse and two-time national champion Centerville High School.
They maintain consistent invitational, regional, and state performances, qualifying for nationals 3 years in a row.
|2019||1st||2nd (139)||18th (470)|
|2018||1st||2nd (112)||14th (392)|
|2017||1st||1st (95)||17th (460)|