Great things are born in small people.
Smaller class sizes are essential for little learners. The right mix of learning, play and spiritual growth flourish in a uniquely loving environment. Current Shiloh families receive priority placement for all early childhood programs.
We believe in meeting the needs of the whole child: spiritual, academic, social, emotional and physical. We recognize that God has made each child unique and believe that each one is a special addition to our preschool. Curriculum is set up to encourage spiritual growth, hands-on learning, creative experiences and academic readiness. We know that children learn best by actively engaging in their environment, and many of our activities revolve around that concept. We believe in and follow Shiloh Christian School’s declaration of faith which supports biblical principles, spiritual growth, and Christian morals and values within the classroom.
We strive to:
- Instill Biblical principles through Bible stories, songs, and Bible verse memorization.
- Teach age appropriate academic material and provide hands-on activities that promote cognitive growth.
- Encourage appropriate social interaction by sharing, using good manners, and showing respect.
- Allow for kinesthetic growth through free play, playground activities, and gym time.
Preschool applications are available online here: https://shilohchristian.org/preschool-application/
ELEMENTARY GRADES K-5
More attention ignites lifelong learning.
Shiloh’s small elementary classrooms are alive with learning opportunities and an environment that nurtures students to discover their God-given talents, grow and develop in body, mind and spirit. We understand how crucial these early years are to your child’s development. We work individually with each student to help them discover their capabilities and reach their personal best. Our strong academic program, accredited through AdvancEd challenges students to be curious, creative and motivated to achieve. We strive to give students a love for learning, a passion for their faith, and the skills they need to reach their full potential and to follow the life God has planned for them.
Strong Math Sequence
Accelerated Reading Program
Band and Worship Team 5th
Learning Center Support for qualified students
Breakfast is served daily 7:30-8:00 a.m.(at an additional cost)
MIDDLE SCHOOL GRADES 6-8
Guided by love growing in strength.
As talents emerge and academics advance, Shiloh nurtures the whole student during this uniquely complex phase. Students are given a solid academic core curriculum and the added benefit of the fine arts through choir, band and drama. Leadership opportunities are also encouraged through student council, worship team, clubs and activities.
The middle school classrooms are alive with opportunity for students to grow and mature in a safe and Christ-centered environment. Each student is valued as an individual by our highly trained teachers. They are challenged and mentored to reach their full potential academically as they also grow in their commitment to their faith. Through chapels, Bible courses, and the spiritual leadership of our entire faculty and staff, our students’ days stay focused on becoming the best they can be to fulfill God’s purpose for their life. Shiloh students enjoy learning in modern classrooms and a state-of-the-art computer lab and science lab. Our middle school students are given the tools they need to make good choices and develop strong values that will guide them through the challenging years ahead. Along with strong and positive peer relationships, we encourage healthy communication and good problem-solving skills.
HIGH SCHOOL GRADE 9-12
Preparation for college and for life.
Shiloh gives high school students the opportunity to sharpen their intellect, pursue their passions and develop an ever-maturing personal relationship to Christ.
As we prepare your young men and women for their final step into adulthood, the faculty and staff of Shiloh help each student explore the possibilities and give them the tools they need to reach their goals. A rigorous curriculum, co-curricular, and leadership opportunities help them develop their gifts, create opportunities for new friendships and have character building experiences. Students can participate in athletics, student council, National Honor Society, Shiloh Singers, yearbook staff, speech and drama. Shiloh graduates are equipped for the future and ready to lead, with strong values and a firm foundation in the Word.
To Know, Love and Serve God in our Community and the World
Our prayer is that Shiloh graduates will take this foundation and put it into practice whatever God is calling them to do; missions, work force or post secondary education and wherever He is calling them to go.
Shiloh Christian School strives to offer leadership activities to all of our students through community programs, activities and clubs. One of the benefits of smaller class sizes is that every student can have this opportunity.
Shiloh Christian School offers a variety of courses through ND Department of Career & Technical Education https://www.cte.nd.gov/
CLEP exams cover intro-level college course material in 33 subjects. A passing score on just one CLEP exam can save you 100+ hours of class time and coursework and up to $1,200 in tuition. For more information see their website: https://clep.collegeboard.org/
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College Application Day Tuesday, October 15, 2019 at Shiloh Christian School.
FAFSA Application Information Meetings:
Monday October 28th from 4:15-5:15 pm at Shiloh Christian School.
If you will attend college between July 1, 2019, and June 30, 2020, you can submit the FAFSA as early as October 1, 2018. File as soon as possible because some financial aid is awarded on a first-come, first-served basis.
Opportunities are arranged by application deadline dates.
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1) ACT Student Champions Award
High School seniors who have overcome challenges and can articulate their education and/or career actions. Must have a minimum composite ACT Score of 22 on a single test date or a Gold ACT WorkKeys National Career Readiness Certificate.
Apply online http://www.act.org/content/act/en/state-and-federal-programs/college-and-career-readiness-champions.html
Application Deadline: October 31
2) AES Engineering Scholarship
Available to high school seniors motivated to furthering their education. You are not required to be taking Engineering courses to be eligible.
Students must submit an essay to a question posted on their web site: firstname.lastname@example.org
Apply online http://www.aesengineers.com/scholarships.php
Application Deadline: October 6
3) The Horatio Alger Scholarship
Available to a HS Senior; pursuing a bachelor's degree, financial need, involved in co-curricular and community services, display integrity and perseverance in overcoming adversity; minimum GPA of 2.0; US citizen
Apply online https://scholars.horatioalger.org/scholarships/
Application Deadline: October 25, 2019
4) Wendy's High School Heisman
Students must be seniors; have GPA of B 3.0; be a leader in school and in the community and serve as a role model to underclassman; participate in at least one of the 47 sports recognized by the International Olympic Committee in the Summer and Winter Olympic Games or the National Federation of State High School Association and sponsored by your school.
Apply online https://www.wendyshighschoolheisman.com/application/
Application Deadline Phase 1-October 2: Phase 2-October 23
5) VFW Veterans of Foreign Wars
Voice of Democracy/audio-essay program provides high school students with the unique opportunity to express themselves in regards to a democratic and patriotic-themed recorded essay.
National First Place Winner $30,000; Other awards range from $1,000-$16,000
Apply Online https://www.vfw.org/community/youth-and-education
Application Deadline October 31, 2019
1) Elks Scholarship
Apply online: https://www.elks.org/scholars/scholarships/mvs.cfm
Local elks lodges https://www.elks.org/lodges/
Application Deadline November 5
2) Mobile Device IT Innovation Scholarship
1) National Honor Society Scholarship
To be eligible to apply, a student must be a current high school senior and a member in good standing of an active NHS chapter (2018 seniors grandfathered in 3.6 GPA). Eligible members must request application procedures from their NHS adviser. (Mrs. Young)
475 national semifinalists - $2,850 scholarship; 24 national finalists - $5,150 scholarship; 1 national winner - $22,650 scholarship
2) Derrick Law Firm Accident Injury Scholarship
Application Deadline December 15
1) BCC Foundation Donna Johnson Memorial Scholarship
Available to individuals who are interested in and committed to oncology nursing and who are pursuing a baccalaureate degree in nursing through a Bismarck college.
Award $1,000 (two awarded)
Apply online http://www.bismarckcancercenter.com/
Available in January
2) Bismarck State College Foundation Scholarship
Available to students in academic, performing arts, visual arts, journalism and certain technical and energy programs at BSC. Students with a GPA between 3.0 and 4.0 have a great chance of earning a scholarship.
Award $1,000-$2,000 each year
1) Centennial PTO Shelley Stumpf Scholarship Application
Applicant must have completed at least one year at Centennial Elementary.
Scholarship recipient will receive a one-time award of $300.
Two scholarships will be awarded to graduating seniors who are continuing their education after high school.
Applications must be completed and returned to Centennial by March 15th.
Scholarship recipients will be announced in April.
Application in Mrs. Young's Office
2) ND Dollars for Scholars: Additional Scholarships
3) Simle Middle School scholarship
Applicants must have attended Simle Middle School and completed two semesters at the Simle Middle School
250.00 one time scholarship
Come see me for the application
Deadline April 12, 2019
1) Pro Hockey Scholarship
Application Deadline August 1, 2020
When filling out scholarships REMEMBER:
Warning signs of a scholarship scam
- No evidence that the sponsor exists –
Fake companies that purport scholarships often use official titles in their name, including (but not limited to) “Federal,” “Foundation,” “Organization” or other similar terms. Just because they purport to be a “Federal” or “National” company does not mean they exist.
- The scholarship has an entry fee –
Legitimate scholarship opportunities will not ask students to submit a payment with their application, nor will they require payment prior to paying out the scholarship.
- Judging requirements are not clearly defined –
Scholarships that do not define guidelines and requirements, such as “sweepstakes” or “contest” awards, may not offer a scholarship at all. Always clarify any questions before applying – if you receive no response to your questions, simply walk away.
- 7 common scholarship scamsThe Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and state Attorney General offices investigate scams that defraud students and their families. Students applying for scholarships face risks linked to identity theft and fraud. Losses may include being scammed out of money, time or personal information.
Although every situation is different, there are seven common types of scholarship scams every student should know about and avoid at all costs. These may include, but are not limited to:“The scholarship sweepstakes”This scam informs students by phone or email that they’ve “won” a fantastic scholarship. But, before you can claim your funds, you must either provide bank account information or pay a “disbursement fee.” If you don’t pay right at that moment, you’re told you could lose out on the funds
- Scholarship application fees
This type of scholarship scam requests an application fee to cover “costs associated with the scholarship.” These fees can run from $5 upwards to nearly $50. A legitimate scholarship opportunity will never request students to put money forward in order to earn money.Scholarship matching services and websites
These services guarantee to find at least one paying scholarship for students who pay a one-time or recurring monthly fee. This usually amounts to getting scammed out of money upfront. Or, at best, you pay for free information already available online and at your school. With this scam, student information may also be sold to third-parties, putting you at additional risk.
- The “payment due” scholarship
Students are targeted to pay up for scholarships that do not exist in this scam. The student receives an official-looking award letter, a check and instructions to cash the check and send back an acceptance fee. The check often bounces, leaving the student without a scholarship or the money they forwarded.Scholarship seminars
Every year, students are invited to “free” seminars where they can learn how to get to the front of the line for scholarship money. Once there, they often find the seminar doesn’t actually go over scholarship strategies but instead tries to sell another product.
- Financial aid filing services
In this scam, students with limited experience or no background in applying for financial aid are approached with services offering help applying for aid in exchange for a fee. Generally, this amounts to paying for services that are free to anyone. The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) costs nothing to file, and your school’s financial aid office and other free resources are available if you need help completing the FAFSA.Financial aid taxes due
The financial aid default scam works as a phone call where someone claiming to be the IRS, FBI or another government institution. The caller claims that there are problems with the student’s financial aidd or that the student owes taxes on financial aid they’ve received. The caller insists that the payment must be made immediately or face additional fines or even jail time.
Where do legitimate scholarships come from?
Legitimate scholarships may be offered by schools, governments as well as a wide range of external sources. There are some important differences between these scholarship sources and the precautions students should take during the application process.
- External scholarships are offered by a number of companies, community organizations and social organizations every year. These scholarships are often judged on multiple criteria, including academic performance, community service, financial need and educational goals. Be sure to ask the appropriate questions and vet out an organization before applying for an external scholarship.
- School-based scholarships are offered only to students who attend the college or university offering the award. When you submit your FAFSA application, you may be automatically applied for some school-based financial aid. However, many school-based scholarships often have additional requirements to apply. If a separate application is required, work with the financial aid office or the department offering the scholarship to securely submit the application materials.
- Federal scholarships and grants are available from the U.S. government. Federal grants are most often need-based, and all federal scholarships and grant require you to fill out and submit the FAFSA.
- State scholarships and grants are offered by individual state governments. These programs often have residency requirements, and many state scholarship programs are either merit- or need-based. States typically have unique financial aid applications, which students must submit in addition to the FAFSA.
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