Wayne High School is a public high school in Fort Wayne Community Schools, located in the southern suburbs of Fort Wayne, Indiana.
All athletic teams compete in the Summit Athletic Conference. They were Team State Champions in boys' football in 1995 (won by Class 4A), in boys' track and Field (1972/3) and six years later in the girls' track and field. Members of the school have been Individual State Champions in those disciplines, including relay racing, for both boys and girls, numerous times since 1971. They have also on occasion been Team State Runners-Up.
- Joe Andrew, National Chairman of the Democratic National Committee (DNC) from 1999–2001
- Jason Baker, professional football punter, NFL Carolina Panthers
- Roosevelt Barnes, former professional football player, NFL Detroit Lions
- Molly Hagan, actress
- Michael Derrick Hudson (Class of 1982), poet and librarian who came under fire for using the Chinese female pseudonym Yi-Fen Chou (allegedly the name of a fellow classmate at WHS)
- Chuck Surack, entrepreneur, philanthropist, and musician; founder of Sweetwater Sound
- ↑ School Snapshot
- ↑ Jennifer Schuessler, "Family Protests White Poet’s Use of Chinese Pen Name", The New York Times, September 10, 2015. Retrieved September 12, 2015.