Wallace Junior-Senior High School

Grades 7 through 12

Wallace School District #393
Number 1 Miners Alley        (208) 753-5315
Superintendent's Office        405 Seventh Street        (208) 753-4515

Wallace Junior-Senior High School The Wallace Junior-Senior High School is a wonderful building complementing the architecture of historic Wallace. The colored block design looks great from the street. Landscaping, paving, and lettering make it a very inviting school. Wallace Junior-Senior High School Remarkable exterior features of the building are significant and noticeable.

Other features that are inherent in the design are equally impressive. As planned, this building will be low maintenance and highly efficient. The stained and sealed block building will not require painting in the future. It is easily cleanable surface also. Wallace Junior-Senior High School The walls and roof are well insulated. Lights in the classroom have sensors and will shut off when not in use. Classrooms have heating and cooling for student convenience. Additionally there are heat pumps and air exchangers; T-8 lighting and electronic ballasts; occupancy sensors for lighting; use of natural light; heated roof drains; and ease of snow removal from the parking areas. The lighting on the stage and commons area is state of the art.

Wallace Junior-Senior High School The Junior-Senior High School has two science labs, an art room, and a home economics room with two kitchens. Other specialized classrooms include silk screening, band, media center, technology/computer, distance learning, technical/vocational, special education, cad, drama center, weight room, and large gym space Wallace Junior-Senior High School capable of cross court set-ups for sports practices. There are four locker rooms, with two for general physical education and two for sporting events.

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