The secondary school at Shiloh includes students in 6th through 12th grade with approximately 525 students enrolled this year.  Our secondary school will prepare your student for life with outstanding academics taught by a caring and licensed faculty in a distinctive Christian environment. The secondary school emphasizes rigor, relevance, and relationships as three essential themes.

Shiloh offers a rigorous line of curriculum for our students, including advanced placement courses in five subjects and college credit classes in five subjects, as well.  Students who graduate from Shiloh are prepared to attend college anywhere.  On average, 98% of our graduates go on to attend college.

Our teachers are preparing students for life in relevant ways.  Whether it is in the classroom, in a hands-on lab experiment, on a field trip, or on one of the many Global Mission Experiences Shiloh offers, Shiloh's graduates are prepared for life through relevant experiences.

At Shiloh, relationships are important to us. Students at Shiloh are taught by caring and certified teachers who are genuinely concerned about the success of their students.  Every secondary student has a Family Group made up of 8 to 12 students who meet once a month with a staff member.  These groups allow our staff members to build meaningful relationships with our students.

Thank for your interest in Shiloh Christian secondary school.  Please let us know how we can be of service to you. 


Students in grades 6th through 12th at Shiloh Christian School are required to study one subject in each of the core areas each year: English, mathematics, science, history, and Christian Studies.

In grades 9th through 12th, two years of foreign language, one year of both arts and technology, and one semester each of health and speech are required for graduation. Physical Education or participation in athletics is required for at least one semester.

Advanced Placement and iThink Academy college courses are available in English, mathematics, science, history, and literature.  Students are selected for these courses on the basis of their test scores, grades, as well as, intellectual curiosity, proficiency, and willingness to study independently.

At Shiloh, there is a directed and determined effort to encourage and motivate each student to perform at the highest level the student can manage. Students participate in the process of choosing their courses, with their opinions and desires assuming a progressively larger role as they near completion of the high school years.

However, parents are allowed to make the final choice each year as to acceptance or rejection of the selected curriculum.  

AP Classes Offered

  • Biology
  • Environmental Science
  • Calculus BC (includes AB)
  • United States History
  • World History
  • Spanish
  • Art

College-Credit Classes Offered

  • College Algebra
  • College Plane Trigonometry
  • College Finite Math
  • Survey of Calculus
  • English Composition I and II
  • World Literature I and II
  • College Accounting I
  • College Chemistry
  • College Physics I/II
  • College Government
  • College Public Speaking