A thing only lasts, when its original purposes remain intact; steadfast, unwavering. “I truly appreciated my Christian education at Shiloh--and I appreciate my parents' sacrifices to ensure that I could attend Shiloh. Because I benefited so much from my years at Shiloh, my wife and I wanted to provide the same education to our children. We are pleased that Shiloh has not departed from its focus on "Academic Excellence on a Christian Foundation," and last spring, we were proud to attend our son's graduation--30 years after my own graduation from Shiloh (Class of '89). We are extremely grateful to those who have pursued the elements that improve Shiloh's ability to provide academic excellence and look forward to coming decades of ensuring Shiloh continues to provide Academic Excellence on a Christian foundation.” Nathan Huntington
Shiloh Christian School is returning to normal operations for the School Year 2020-2021. While returning to normal school operations, Shiloh Christian School takes very seriously not only your child’s physical health, but their emotional, academic and spiritual health as well.
Thank you for your interest in becoming a part of the Shiloh Christian School K-12 Family. Our admission procedures are intended to ensure to the best of our ability the success of all children. The first step in the admissions process is to contact our Admission's Director at email@example.com or 701-221-2104 ext 107. We will be happy to answer all of your questions and schedule a personal interview. Information regarding tuition can be found here https://shilohchristian.org/tuition-2/. Information regarding tuition assistance can be found here https://shilohchristian.org/tuition-assistance/
You may also submit information directly to our Admissions Director online.
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North Dakota state law requires students in grades kindergarten through 12 to meet a minimum number of required immunizations before they attend school. The NDDoH is encouraging parents to get their children vaccinated now, rather than waiting until right before school starts.
If you haven’t done so, check with your health care provider to find out which vaccines your child needs. Once your child is up to date, be sure to get a copy of his or her immunization record to submit to the school. You can find more information about which vaccines are required for school on the NDDoH website.
Children who are not in compliance by being up to date on their immunizations or having a signed exemption form by October 1 will be excluded from school for not meeting requirements. The waiver form is available through our FACTS Parent Portal.
For more information on school immunization requirements, visit NDDoH website at www.ndhealth.gov/immunize.