The secondary school at Shiloh includes students from 6th through 12th grade with approximately 485 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 distinctively 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.
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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 as well.
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 courses.
AP Classes Offered
- United States History
- World History: Modern
- Spanish Language and Culture
- 2-D Art and Design
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 Chemistry I and II
- College Physics I and II
- College Government
- College Public Speaking
- College Calculus I
- College Statistics
Clubs & Extra-Curricular Opportunities
Yearbook is a course made up of 9th - 12th grade students that centers on the design and completion of the secondary yearbook. Students design the cover of the book as well as develop the theme and carry it out. Students learn how to develop and design pages and take pictures for the yearbook. Contact Jill Smithson at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Shiloh students have the opportunity to hear dynamic speakers in the medical field, visit local therapy and rehabilitation facilities, and shadow local doctors and medical professionals as a part of the MED Club. This program is offered to students who are in 9th through 12th grade and have an interest in entering the medical field. Contact Bailey Boyett at email@example.com for more information.
Robotics team is an elective class available to 9th - 12th-grade students. 9th - 12th graders meet on campus during the school day. Students learn the fundamentals necessary to build their first robot including JAVA programming language, CAD (Computer-Aided Design), and how to design and construct a robot for robotics competitions held around the state. Contact Brant Breeding at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Quiz Bowl is offered to 7th - 12th-grade students and practices are held during lunch. Although all are welcome at practices, teams are made of 5 players per team with substitutes. Competition takes place between school teams with questions including, but not limited to: history, science, math, arts and literature, pop culture, religion, random facts. Voracious readers, those with a competitive spirit, and those with a head full of random knowledge NEED apply! For more info, contact Mark Tyler at email@example.com or visit arquizbowl.org.
S.A.L.T. stands for the Service and Leadership Team made up of 6th – 9th-grade students. S.A.L.T. meets once a month to hear from community organizations and to discuss upcoming mission projects. Humility and service are the focus, using Christ as the ultimate model of servant leadership. Recent projects include the Feed the Funnel with Pack Shack NWA, Thanksgiving Dinner for Lifestyles clients and families, Do Good December with Tyson Elementary, Tuesday Community Dinner with M&N Augustin, workdays at Camp Acacia, and many more. Enrollment for S.A.L.T. takes place in September and dues are $30 with a club t-shirt included. Contact Kortney Carnes at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Chick-fil-A Leaders Academy
Chick-fil-A Leader Academy is made up of a select group of 10-11th grade students. CLA meets every 6 weeks to complete Leadership Labs focusing on developing the student’s personal and team leadership skills. This team plans, prepares, and executes a community impact project as they work to put their knowledge into action. For more information on how to apply, contact Alicia Brown at email@example.com.