The Shiloh Christian Fine Arts Department is dedicated to instructing students to use the gifts they have been given by their creative Creator. We have a wide variety of ways students can express themselves through the arts at Shiloh.
Students can participate in the High School One Act competition every fall as well as the High School Musical each Spring. All 7th Grade students participate in the Middle School Musical each fall as part of their choir experience.
The goal is to introduce students to the world of theater by participation to give them an understanding of the role theater plays in individual expression and in society.
The performances for the 2018-19 Shiloh Theater Season are:
One Act for Region Competition: Booby Trap by Ed Monk
Middle School musical : Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory
High School musical: Music Man
The Shiloh Christian Fine Arts Department is dedicated to instructing students to use the gifts they have been given by their creative Creator. We have a wide variety of ways students can express themselves through the arts at Shiloh. Students can participate in the High School One Act competition every fall as well as the High School Musical each Spring. All 7th Grade students participate in the Middle School Musical each fall as part of their choir experience.
Students start their choral training in 6th grade choir where they are introduced to sight reading and music theory skills. They then participate in 7th grade choir and the middle school musical and can elect to join the high school choir for 8th grade through senior year. Students in choir can participate in All State Music Competition, various local and statewide music festivals, Regional and State Music Competition, as well as voice lessons and Jazz Choir.
Students have the opportunity to participate in band 5th-12th grade.
Shiloh Christian School has a competitive Speech Team having won several regional championships. Mrs. Weichel was recently named Regional Coach of the Year.
Shiloh Christian School offers a competitive debate program.
Visual art education at Shiloh begins in the elementary with weekly instruction. The goal is experimentation in a variety of media encouraging creativity. The fundamentals of art are intr oduced, different genres explored and the students are exposed to a wide variety of great art from the past and present. Seventh and Eighth graders receive art instruction for a quarter each where art fundamentals are explored and skill levels in a variety of media are stressed. At the ninth grade level and above, art is elective and includes Art I, fundamentals of drawing and sculpture, Art 11, fundamentals of painting and ceramics, Art 111, advanced draw ing and sculpt ur e, and Ar t IV, advanced painting and ceramics. Visit the Artsonia website to view students’ art work, and to purchase merchandise that displayst he student s’ art work. A percentage of all purchases made through the Artsonia website will go directly towards Shiloh’s Art Program.
K-12 Annual Art Show
Please join us as we celebrate Shiloh’s Visual Arts Program. Shiloh will be hosting the K-12 Annual Art Show in the Spring of each year. Join us in celebration of the talents with which God has blessed our students!
The elementary music program at Shiloh Christian School is a comprehensive program that begins in kindergarten. Each class has 90 minutes of music each week. During this time, each student has an opportunity to play instruments, sing, dance, and play. The elementary music room is filled with instruments to play on including barred instruments, drums, boom whackers, and many auxiliary percussion instruments. There’s also a big open space to run, dance, and play! Music provides a great avenue to worship our Lord and Savior, and at Shiloh Christian, we try to incorporate worship into our musical experience beginning as young as kindergarten!
Beginning Band – 5th Grade
Beginning Band meets twice a week. We use this first year of band as an opportunity to focus on the basics. Together, we perform at the Elementary Christmas Program and the Elementary Spring Program!