Shiloh Christian School was established as an independent, non-profit educational organization to provide and promote a quality Christ-centered education for Kindergarten through eighth grade. A small group of parents prayerfully gathered with a burden for their children. Our mission at Shiloh Christian School is to partner with the family to cultivate academic excellence, integrate Godly principles for living, and guide every child toward maturity in Jesus Christ. Parent Testimonials"We are thankful that Shiloh school has provided learning opportunities and better progress in some subjects than what we could accomplish as homeschoolers" -- Dr. Thomas Salmon, OD, Phd, Asso. Prof. NSUSCS has been such a blessing to our family. This is my daughter's 8th year and she ways each year just gets better and better. My husband and I discussed public school right after kindergarten, but our daughter told us if she could not go to a school that welcomed God, she would never go to school again. We thought that if a child this young could see what was truly important, how much more should we be able to see as adults. Thank you Shiloh" -- Susan MitchellMy child learned solid Bible truths on a daily basis; not only in Bible class, but integrated into every subject. My children met new friends at Shiloh that have become life-long friends" -- Barbara Blake, retired teacherShiloh has been good to my granddaughter and me. We have received support from the administration, teachers, and other parents that we could not have gotten from another school" -- Faynell Mills"Shiloh was one of the best choices that I made for my son. He was there for two years. I would have sent him there earlier if I had known how much he would benefit from it. SCS is extremely concerned with the success of all their students, and the teachers go above and behond to make sure that no child is left behind...my son learned excellent study skills that he uses to this day" -- Angela Avery
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