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Fort Wayne Community Schools is proud of its diverse student body, made up of nearly 32,000 students. We are one of a few districts in the state that provides full-day kindergarten to all students. We offer rigorous programs at every grade level, including a number of Advanced Placement, dual credit and specialty programs in our five high schools. We build strong relationships with our students and families to ensure all students are educated to high standards. Our graduation rate shows our success with 87.7% percents of seniors graduating in 2011-12.

  • Our 2011 - 2012 PDF monitors progress toward raising student achievement by connecting measurable data points with milestones framed within our District Goals PDF.
  • The School List is your best source of detailed information about each school. Select a school from the list to see detailed information about that school, or select the address to see a map of the school's location..
  • The Student-Parent Handbook PDF Spanish PDF Burmese PDF provides information and resources students need as they progress through FWCS. A printed copy of this guide is also mailed to each family at the beginning of the school year.

No Alcohol No Drugs

NAND is working to prevent student alcohol, illegal drug and tobacco use at parties, in homes and cars, among peers and at social events. Find out more here.

  • NAND - Join the the Party Safe Home campaign.

Homework Help/Cool Sites for Kids

Elementary level

Middle/high school level

  • Teen Ink - Magazines, Web sites and books written by teens.
  • Mathwords.com - Terms and formulas from algebra to calculus.
  • The Khan Academy is a non-profit educational organization offering a free online collection of more than 3,300 micro lectures through YouTube. Subjects include math, history, finance, science, civics, art history and economics.
  • Windows to the Universe - Web site focusing on all areas of science.
  • The Physics Classroom - Web site focusing on physics.

All ages

  • NASA for Kids
    - NASA's official Web site for kids.
  • How Stuff Works - A great place to find out how different things work.
  • Kids Click! - A Web search for kids designed by librarians.
  • ACPL Homework Help - Homework help and educational Web sites compiled by the Allen County Public Library.
  • Kids.gov - The U.S. Government's official Web site for kids.
  • Merriam-Webster.com - Online dictionary.
  • Culture Grams - Concise, reliable reports on more than 200 countries and each of the 50 United States and 13 Canadian provinces and territories.
  • readwritethink - Resources for students, teachers and parents.
  • Online Spanish dictionary
  • WordReference.com - Online dictionary in multiple languages, including French, Arabic, Polish, Korean and Chinese.
  • On Guard Online - This site provides practical tips from the federal government and technology industry on how to safety use the Internet.
  • The Khan Academy is a non-profit educational organization offering a free online collection of more than 3,300 micro lectures through YouTube. Subjects include math, history, finance, science, civics, art history and economics.

Academic Help

Academic Help for Students

Instructions For Our Summer Program PDF for Students

Study Connection
Each week, students who have been identified by teachers as needing extra help are bussed to the workplace of their tutors, area business people. Paired for a school year, tutor and student spend one hour together per week. Tutors offer homework assistance but even more importantly, the interest and focused attention of a caring adult.


Summary Calendar PDF

Summary calendar of events for the district. It details the entire school year, including conferences, holidays, vacation days, make-up days etc.

District Calendar

School Calendars

Individual school calendars are maintained by secretaries on each school's website. Parents can see a combined calendar presenting all events that their students need to know.

Athletic Event Schedules

  • Coming Soon!

Grant and Scholarship Information

  • Scholarships and Grants
  • Learn More Indiana - Information on Indiana colleges and universities and career exploration, your college and career connection!
  • State Student Assistance
    Twenty-first Century Scholars
    - The Twenty-first Century Scholars Program began in 1990 as Indiana's way of raising the educational aspirations of low and moderate-income families. The program aims to ensure that all Indiana families can afford a college education for their children.
  • Learn More Indiana
    Twenty-first Century Scholars
    - Income-eligible 6th, 7th and 8th grade students that enroll in the program and fulfill a pledge of good citizenship are guaranteed the cost of four years of college tuition at any participating public college or university in Indiana.
  • Questa Foundation - Questa Foundation offers scholarships as well as low-interest loans allowing high school graduates to borrow up to $20,000 over 4 years for college. Upon graduation, students can receive up to 50% in debt forgiveness if they graduate with a 2.75 GPA and choose to live and work in the 11 counties of northeast Indiana.

Northeast Indiana College Fair

What's Next? The Northeast Indiana College Fair will be held at the IPFW Fieldhouse on March 11, 2014. Click the link below to see a list of colleges, universities and other organizations scheduled to participate. Get ready for your next step!

College List

School Websites

PinnacleParents can access their students' grades, attendance records, assignments and more through the Pinnacle Internet Viewer.

If you need a username or password for Pinnacle, please contact your school..

If you experience any issues logging on or using Pinnacle, please contact FWCS at 467-2162.

School Websites

Schools have individual websites. Find school calendars, contact information and other school information here.

Elementary Schools:

Middle Schools:

High Schools:

General Information

Student-Parent Handbook

This book contains valuable information that students need to know regarding daily life in our district, from calendars, school meals and transportation to our nationally recognized school choice program. It also includes our behavior code, which sets the District's behavioral expectations and disciplinary consequences for students.

Code of Conduct

FWCS' Code of Conduct PDF Spanish PDF Burmese PDF outlines the District's commitment to reinforcing positive student behavior and teaching students to be produtive, responsible citizens while maintaining a safe environment in which all students can learn.


Secure Transcript from Docufide.com
Online transcript request and delivery

Career Planning

Course Description Handbook PDF
Plan your career path!

2015 College Fair Attend the Northeast Indiana College Fair!

Career & Technical Education

The FWCS Anthis Career Center supports 22 area high schools and more than 1,000 students with its career education programs. It offers dual-credit opportunities, internships, and certifications. Its mission is to provide students the skills to succeed and the opportunities to use those skills.

New Tech @ Wayne

"Every student deserves this chance - to be taught critical thinking skills, to work with others (collaboration), to use technology as a tool, to work on fine-tuning oral and written communication skills, to understand what it means to have a strong work ethic, and to be able to apply what they learn to the real world. We are preparing students for the 21st century....how is that not good for every student?" Liz Bryan, Director, New Tech @ Wayne

Visit the New Tech Home page