North Side High School (Fort Wayne, Indiana)

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North Side High School
475 East State Street
Fort Wayne, Allen County, Indiana 46805
United States
Coordinates 41°5′49.85″N 85°8′7.73″W / 41.0971806°N 85.1354806°W / 41.0971806; -85.1354806Coordinates: 41°5′49.85″N 85°8′7.73″W / 41.0971806°N 85.1354806°W / 41.0971806; -85.1354806
Type Public high school
School district Fort Wayne Community Schools
Principal Dave West
Faculty 80
Grades 9-12
Enrollment 1,746 (2016-2017)[1]
Team name Legends [2]

North Side High School is a secondary school in the Fort Wayne school system, serving the north central neighborhoods of Fort Wayne.


A postcard depicting North Side, circa 1930–1945.

Designed by noted architect Charles R. Weatherhogg (1872 - 1937) and established 1927, North Side High School has been dedicated to giving the best education available. Recently, it has had a massive renovation to accommodate the growing number of students expected to attend in coming years. The North Side High School Gym was home to the Fort Wayne Pistons of the Basketball Association of America (later the National Basketball Association) from 1948 to 1952.

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