Wallins Elementary

Educating Tomorrow's Leaders Today!


Wallins Elementary SchoolWelcome to our site! Wallins Elementary School is a small junior high-school in Wallins, Kentucky. We currently have close to 500 students enrolled. Our faculty and staff hold a tradition of dedication and sophistication. We strive for success. We are a home to high achievers both academically and athletically. We feel that learning is a right, and that all students must be willing to work in an optimistic view. Our faculty and staff must be dedicated to helping students in an effective manner. Parents and guardians must be willing to assist our school so that we can thrive for success in a traditional way. Supportive administrators, teachers, parents, and community members will help us carry on toward our future as successors. Wallins Elementary School holds a tradition that is so strong, and we want our surrounding community to be aware of all that we have accomplished. We want to continue to excel so that our world and society will have better views on education. We WANT our tradition to be known, and it all starts with you! It’s up to you to help us carry on our tradition we value so much. Welcome to the home of the purple devils! We are WJHS! Live. Breathe. Purple.

Contact Us

Wallins Elementary School encourages parent involvement. If you have any questions or concerns, you are encouraged to contact the main office at (606) 664-3444. At Wallins Elementary, we are dedicated to high expectations and valuable goals. By setting goals and high academic, moral and behavioral standards, we believe that our students will establish success and carry on our beloved tradition. Believe, Succeed, Achieve!

Thank you for taking the time to show an interest in our school and playing an active role in the lives of not only our students, but our faculty and administration as a whole.

Principal: Stan Nicely
Main Office: (606) 664-3444
Fax: (606) 664-3478

Safety Tipline

TiplineThe Safety Tipline, Online Prevention or S.T.O.P Tipline is designed for use as an "online" reporting/prevention tool. If students, parents or community members know of an unsafe situation in school (bullying, weapons, drugs or alcohol, etc.), they can anonymously pass on that information to school personnel by clicking either the link above or logo to the right.