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260 Hawkins Store Road Northeast
Kennesaw, GA 30144

(770) 926-7729
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June 12, 2015
This is a wonderful Christ centered school. The staff and teachers are great to work with. They truly care about the education my child receives. My child loves her teachers and the friendships she has made there. Not only does my child attend there currently, but I attended there many years ago. I spent the majority of my educational career at Shiloh and graduated with honors from there. I then went on to graduate from college with honors and with a bachelor's degree. I can accredit this to the education that I revieved at Shiloh. I was truly college ready. Shiloh offers a Christ centered education with small class sizes, a diverse learning environment, and has a curriculum that is academically challenging. I could not have asked for a better school. My family Is definitely blessed to be apart of such a special place. I would highly recommend this school to anyone!

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June 11, 2015
Shiloh Hills Christian School is a very good Private Christian school. The teachers and administrators work with your family to address your child's individual needs. Also, if there every has been an issue with any child misbehaving it is addressed appropriately. The teachers love their children like their own, I would not want my child in a school where she couldn't love her teachers and staff and give them hugs. The A Beka curriculum is perfect, containing both the fundamentals of education and Christian beliefs, that one needs to be a successful student and a Christian. My husband and I do not believe in Common Core, which is being forced into public schools, so A Beka is right for our family. I want my child to be not just a great student, but a great loving Christian person, which is why we will continue our relationship with Shiloh Hills. You can find no better school for your child to attend that will give them the life skills and educational skills that they need to go out into the world to be a person of morals and values. We have only been here for two years, but plan on many more. If you are looking for a school where Christian beliefs are important to your family, along with educational goals, look no further Shiloh Hills is exactly that!

- submitted by a parent

June 11, 2015
My personal experience with Shiloh Hills has been excellent. It is a small, close-knit school, and many of the students attend from kindergarten through 12th grade. The administration hires caring, competent teachers who are truly the kind of people I want to influence my children. The academic quality of the curriculum is proven by the school’s consistently high (in the 90th percentile) SAT scores, even though they do NOT pull learning disabled students from the class during testing.

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Teacher effectiveness: Very ineffective
June 10, 2015
Many of the teachers do not have a degree thst would allow them to teach elsewhere. Many are teaching outside of their degree fields, and our children are therefore not receiving quality education, which the school assures in it's mission statement. Plain and simple, you're not paying for what you think you are. This information is easily attainable by searching the schools website and the teachers educational backgrounds.

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Amount of homework: Don't know
June 10, 2015
The homework is monotonous seat work for which the students can complete as if in robotic state. Therefore, they are utilizing memorization, not retention. There does not seem to be a passion for learning.

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Develops grit: Strongly disagree
June 10, 2015
The school needs to evolve and adapt to the idea of progression towards a more current curriculum as well as the new/current definition of what is a bully.

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June 10, 2015
My child has been a student at Shiloh since kindergarten and we have loved every minute of it! Because this is a private school it seems the students from K3 to 12th grade all get to know each other and make everyone feel welcomed and included.

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Teacher effectiveness: Very effective
June 10, 2015
The elementary teachers all seem carefully selected according to their experience in the classroom, teaching ability, and nurturing nature. Almost all of our kids' teachers have had multiple years of classroom experience, and those who were new teachers had graduated from accredited schools that fully prepared them for the pedagogical aspects of the job (although, in my opinion, experience is one of the most valuable components of a great teacher).

- submitted by a parent
Amount of homework: Just right
June 09, 2015
The amount of homework varies depending on my child's grade. But I feel that it is a good balance for each of my children's ability and maturity.

- submitted by a parent
Develops grit: Strongly agree
June 09, 2015
All of my children's teachers required my children to give their personal best, but this was never emphasized in an overbearing way.

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Develops respect: Strongly agree
June 09, 2015
Disrespect is not tolerated among students or toward teachers. Love is the emphasis is all interaction, and all students attend a weekly chapel service. This year's theme was the Fruit of the Spirit from Galations 5:22-23.

- submitted by a parent
Develops empathy: Strongly agree
June 09, 2015
The school office sends frequent email announcements giving middle and high school students many opportunities for organized public service like doing yard work for the elderly, cooking meals, and developing leadership in the big brother/big sister program with the elementary. My elementary students LOVE their big brothers and sisters (different students are assigned each semester), and they look forward to their lunches or school-wide pep rallys when they will get to see them.

- submitted by a parent
Develops honesty: Strongly agree
June 09, 2015
My children are all in elementary, so there are many opportunities for their teachers to build on what we try to teach them at home about honesty and integrity. Any time my children have to be disciplined, the teachers are careful to quickly get the situation under control, and they are always reasonable in affecting a resolution. The faculty and staff are vigilant to prevent any repeated negative behavior.

- submitted by a parent
Teacher effectiveness: Very effective
June 08, 2015
The teachers are wonderful and are a blessing. They genuinely love their job and the students. It is not just a job to them, it is life changing.

- submitted by a parent
Amount of homework: Just right
June 08, 2015
My children did very well on their homework. In fact, it was quite refreshing that I did not have to sit over them to make sure they finished their homework. They were so willing to complete their assignments for their teachers because they wanted to make their teachers proud of them.

- submitted by a parent
Develops grit: Strongly agree
June 08, 2015
My children have grown tremendously since attending Shiloh. They both strive for excellence in all of their academic work.

- submitted by a parent
Develops respect: Strongly agree
June 08, 2015
Most definitely! These students learn from a Biblical perspective the meaning and importance of being respectful.

- submitted by a parent
Develops empathy: Strongly agree
June 08, 2015
The teachers and administration go above and beyond caring for the students. Just visit the school yourself and observe in the classrooms. You will compassionate teachers in each classroom.

- submitted by a parent
Develops honesty: Strongly agree
June 08, 2015
In any event that something happened, I was contacted immediately and appropriate consequences applied. They share scriptures to instill integrity in all students.

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June 08, 2015
I find it difficult as a parent to read these negative reviews that I am seeing. I came to Shiloh a couple of years ago and what a blessing they have been to my family. My child came from a public school not being able to read and within 3 months of attending Shiloh, my child is now reading on grade level and making straight A's. It saddens me that parents vent their frustrations to try and hurt others when in reality they only hurt themselves. Shiloh Hills Christian School is a school like no other! I can honestly say that because I have seen my children grow, not only academically but spiritually as well. I thank God every morning for the administration and for the wonderful teachers they have working there. They truly love the students and care about their well being.

- submitted by a parent
Develops honesty: Strongly agree
June 08, 2015
The 3 families that rated Shiloh and added several additional comments below my rating are obviously parents leaving Shiloh that were unhappy. Everyone is entitled to their opinion. However, there are many families, including myself, that love and are very grateful for Shiloh Hills. It is truly a Great School! Please come and check us out an you can see for yourself.

- submitted by a parent
Amount of homework: Not enough
June 03, 2015
There seemed to be a lot of memorization and busy work. Homework should be more meaningful.

- submitted by a parent
Develops grit: Disagree
June 03, 2015
The school promises academic excellence, college prep, and high test scores. We saw student apathy and overall low academics.

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June 03, 2015
I was originally not going to make a review, but my child's teacher asked if I would leave one. (?) This school may have been a good school in the past, but that is sadly not the case now. Many of the teachers are teaching out of their content areas or are not degreed teachers. (see the school webpage under "staff") Many are technical school trained or Bible degreed. They are not employable by the public schools or most private schools, which require at least a bachelors degree in a related field. The results are what one would expect. Bullying and fighting is common from elementary through high school. These behaviors are often swept under the rug, especially if the student is the child of a staff or church member. Most students make the honor roll, but test scores are low and many students seem to struggle with the content. Grade curving and padding is frequent. In most of our children's classes, if you attempted your homework, you received a 100. A student could actually do poorly on tests and still do well in the class. Apathy among children is common, especially at the upper grades. This was not the experience we were expecting. While there are many friendly teachers at Shiloh, our family will not be returning.

- submitted by a parent

June 02, 2015
This is not what I expected after hearing what the school had to offer. I really believed the motto of a positive Christian school. It couldn't be further from the truth. This school is more geared towards a Baptist or fundamentalist institution. I'm sure many Christian school are able to remain Christian, but nondenominational, but this is not the case at Shiloh.

- submitted by a parent
Develops grit: Strongly disagree
June 02, 2015
Absolutely not. This school is well known, by many whom remain quiet, that if you go against the flow of the administration and the PTF, you're essentially cast out.

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Develops respect: Strongly disagree
June 02, 2015
Again, due to the bullying, no, i do not feel that respect is developed in the students as a direct result from the school. There are some wonderful kids, parents and teachers there, but sadly they are outnumbered.

- submitted by a parent
Develops empathy: Strongly disagree
June 02, 2015
Sadly, there's widespread bullying among the students in grades as early as first. The solution to the bullying is a forgiveness prayer and a delayed recess time. The administration is aware of the bullying, as i personally have discussed this with the administration, but they are behind on the times of properly addressing the bullying, as well as detection and correction.

- submitted by a parent

June 02, 2015
I have thought long and hard about leaving a review for Shiloh Hills Christian School, as I tend to shy away from negativity; however, I thought I would just be honest and share my experience so that if you can make an informed decision about the school. Like the previous poster mentioned, there is wide spread bullying, which is overlooked because school officials feels that “children can be mean” and that Shiloh Hills Christian School “teaches kindness through Jesus.” The problem with that type of philosophy is children need to be taught directly the skills you want them to emulate and children lack the cognitive ability to correlate Jesus with specific acts they are to follow to become productive citizens. In addition, many of the teachers do not have a degree in teaching or they have a degree, but not for the specific grade level they are currently teaching on. This is legal according to Georgia Department of Education for a private school; but again, we are entrusting this school with our greatest treasure – our child(ren). All teachers, regardless of public or private, should have the knowledge necessary so that all students receive the best education possible to pave the way for future growth and development. As for the curriculum, A Beka, please take the time to review and research information about this course of study. I had to supplement information throughout the year due to the weak, misleading information found throughout the courses. In the end, I regret my decision to send my child to Shiloh Hills Christian School.

- submitted by a parent
Develops respect: Neutral
May 25, 2015
I feel that there are several good teachers and many great kids. Unfortunately, many of the kids are disrespectful bc the school doesn't enforce repercussions.

- submitted by a parent
Develops empathy: Neutral
May 25, 2015
There is wide spread bullying among the general student body at SHCS. This has been brought to the administration's attention, and was down played. They are very archaic in their beliefs.

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May 25, 2015
I regret choosing this school. The school is very Baptist fundamentalist, and is not the school for our family. This was a sad excuse for a Christian school.

- submitted by a parent
Teacher effectiveness: Ineffective
May 25, 2015
Many of the teachers do not even hold degrees. The school chooses experience over education, and this is legal according to the US Department of education..

- submitted by a parent
Amount of homework: Not enough
May 25, 2015
The schools chosen curriculum is a joke. They teach things that are untrue. The history portions of the curriculum are vague and misleading.

- submitted by a parent
Develops grit: Strongly disagree
May 25, 2015
As long as you are what the school considers "normal", you will be okay. You are targeted and they will eventually try to break you down if you are different.

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May 11, 2015
Shiloh has been an amazing place for our children to grow academically and spiritually. They have had opportunities to be leaders within the school and to carry it out into the community. From kindergarten to high school they have had excellent classroom teaching as well as emotional guidance from a staff that apparently loves their job and their school. Shiloh has been a great fit for our family as well as being affordable for a quality education.

- submitted by a parent

March 26, 2015
After sending my 2 stepsons through public schools I knew I wanted something better for my kids. A real education was important to me, not a football team or social standing. My wife and I looked at a lot of schools. A lot. The academics was great at Shiloh. They were at other schools too. Then we went to Shiloh Hills Fall Festival and talked to several students. The manners and maturity was amazing. These kids were sharp. Couple that with it being one of the cheapest schools on our list and we were convinced this was the place for us. The one reservation I had was that we are Catholic and it s a Baptist school. Too be honest I didn t even really care if my kids got a Christian education. I just wanted a good education for them. I was wrong. Shiloh Hills Christian School provides a great education not matter your faith and through it s Christian beliefs and teachings helps you raise great kids. After 9 years I can t say enough good about this school and it s staff. Plus the sports programs serve their students as I feel it should. It doesn t take a village. It takes good parenting and a good school. This is your good school.

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March 04, 2015
I could not ask for more other than it being closer to my home. But it is well worth the drive. The entire staff are wonderful, loving, funny and heartwarming. I have a peace knowing my child is learning in a Christian environment all he needs to learn to be successful but also the truth about the one who created him and loves him the most. I would not change a thing. I am thankful to have found Shiloh and blessed that my child is there.

- submitted by a parent

February 27, 2015
Several things make SHCS my 'choice school' - Leadership - Great Administration at all levels of the school Biblical Worldview - Taught AND Lived by the qualified teachers in the classrooms. Co-Curricular Activities - Fine-Arts and Sports Programs are outstanding. Teachers - They love God and the love my children. SHCS has been a wonderful experience for my entire family!

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January 09, 2015
Shiloh Hills Christian school has taught my daughter Charli so much. She randomly starts quoting bible versus, She pays better attention, she is joyful, She is 4 and on the cusp of reading. Her teacher Mrs. Tammy Stewart is filled with the Holy Spirit, love and patience. The Lord blessed her with the gift to teach and she does it very well through Him. The staff, all the way from janitors to the principal have smiles and kind words. It is a smaller school but for us it's perfect. That is evident through out the school since most kids start in prek and graduate there. With smaller classes it's less bullying, like almost none. The staff and teachers pay close attention to each child, providing love, GRACE and patience. I have been blessed by the volunteers who serve day in and day out. For our family, we follow the Lord and pray that His path continues to bless our house hold with the finances for our children to attend Shiloh Hills Christian School.

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August 11, 2014
My daughter just started 1st grade at SHCS today! I was so impressed with their K5 program last year after my daughter was reading fluently by January and continued to excel in reading throughout the second semester. The teachers truly love their students at this school and it is evident in the student's excitement to return each year/each day! I would highly recommend SHCS if you are looking for a Christ-honoring school that excels in academics and love for their students.

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August 03, 2014
I have had children attend Shiloh Hills Christian since 1998. Two of my children have graduated from Shiloh and I have one who is currently in 8th grade. My graduate children have moved on to do very well in college, with one now working on his PhD. I have been very pleased with both the quality of education as well as the care and concern the teachers and staff have shown to my children. The office and teachers do a great job keeping me informed on everything related to their education and with all the activities that are going on. Shiloh has a variety of extracurricular activities for the children to participate in, including sports, drama, art, to name a few. They do not apologize for their Christian name. They include Bible everyday, which I feel is very important! I highly recommend Shiloh Hills Christian School to anyone looking for a wonderful, loving, Christ centered school to put their children from 3 years old all the way through 12th grade. I have been very pleased for the last 16 years!

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July 14, 2014
Shiloh Hills Christian School has been such a blessing to our family! The teachers are very caring and will go to great lengths to see your child succeed. We have had students in both the elementary and the middle school and have been very pleased with both. We love the small class size and how it really does feel like a 'family'. Their test scores are consistently well above average and they are currently accredited by SACS. Our children have also thoroughly enjoyed the athletic program. All of the reasons listed above make SHCS a GREAT school!

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April 29, 2014
Shiloh Hills Christian School is a wonderful school! My daughter is 8 years old and is in Second grade. She has attended Shiloh for 3 years and each year we continue to fall in love with the teachers, staff and families more and more. My daughter has a learning disability. Shiloh has embraced her and encouraged us in so many ways. My husband and I wanted our daughter to have Bible based teaching, smaller classes and affordable tuition. Shiloh Hills Christian has met all of our expectations and so much more. We truly feel blessed that God has allowed us to be part of the Shiloh Hills family!

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April 28, 2014
A good value for the money. The curriculum is challenging, the class sizes small and the environment is safe.

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April 11, 2014
Great private school. We always wanted our children to go to a private school and didn't want them in the public school system. After looking into a few private schools Shiloh Hills was the best pick for us. We liked that they would be able to start in pre k and not have to change schools to go to Jr High or High School. After meeting with Mrs. Stewart we knew this was the school that we wanted our kids to go to. She was so excited to be able to start a new year and being able to teach the kids, you could tell that she loved teaching and truly cared about the kids. To us that was important, we wanted to see a low turnover rate for teachers as well as to see that most teachers have been there for years. I would definitely recommend this school to anyone who is looking for a private school.

- submitted by a parent

April 07, 2014
My son has been a student at Shiloh for 11 years and has received a great Christian education, as well as opportunities to be involved in athletics, service projects, and fine arts. I can remember several times when his teachers contacted me to let me know how he was doing in their class. That's one of the advantages of attending a small school. Shiloh's teachers love the Lord and their students.

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March 24, 2014
I have worked at Shiloh Hills Christian for three years, and have been so blessed to be a part of this "family." This distinctive family-like quality shines through the way that the staff truly cares and supports one another, the students, and the parents. During my first year of teaching, I experienced this support first hand through the encouragement I received after receiving a difficult health diagnosis. The level of support given from colleagues, students, and parents was an unparalleled experience for me. I will never forget returning to work and receiving kind cards and chocolate covered strawberries from my students . Going forward, I have continued to witness the unique support given to the staff, students, and parents when needed through the offering of encouragement and the meeting of needs. The teachers care about meeting the academic and spiritual needs of the students and go out of their way to help them succeed in these areas.

- submitted by a teacher

October 18, 2013
We have been at Shiloh for three years now. We have been happy with the environment, the teachers, the class size, and all the extras you get by not being legislated by the State and Federal government. The school has been SACS accredited for about a year now. As a public school teacher, I can't imagine having my kids in public school after seeing a better alternative!! To correct a previous reviewer, Shiloh Hills IS accredited by SACS as well as other accrediting agencies: American Association of Christian Schools (AACS) Georgia Association of Christian Schools (GACs) Southern Association Of Colleges And Schools (SACS) Georgia Private School Accreditation Council (GAPSAC)

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March 16, 2013
It's our 4th year in Shiloh Hills Christian School. My daughter absolutely loves her school and teachers. Every morning she goes to school with smile on her face, and can't wait to see her classmates. To me it speaks volumes, knowing that my child is spending her day in caring and loving christian environment. Teachers go above and beyond in providing great education for children. My daughter has excelled academically and socially in this school.

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November 12, 2012
I agree with the last review. We were told 3 years ago Shiloh Hills was working to get SACS Accredited that year, three years later they still are not. You get what you pay for.

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October 28, 2012
You should avoid sending your child to Shiloh Hills unless your primary concern is spiritual instruction, specifically in the Independent Bible Church, a fundamentalist doctrine Shiloh is NOT Baptist affiliated AND as mentioned in other reviews, legalistic. The Student to Teacher Ratio is more accurately, 15-21 to 1, until you get into upper school when students attrition may cause STR numbers to drop. Currently, many Shiloh parents and grandparents sub or teach classes and do so only with church approval, regardless of whether they hold a teaching degree or attended college. At Shiloh, you get what you pay for.

- submitted by a parent

October 16, 2012
Based on the GreatSchool own review rating criteria with the exception of the Kindergarten, Shiloh Hills rates poorly unless: 1)You are seeking a cheap private school. 2) An alternative for a child who who might struggle in a pubic or more academically challenging private school 3) If your primary educational goal is a legalistic Shiloh Hills spiritual education. * "A great school has excellent teachers, Strong principle/school leadership and Challenging academic programs."

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July 10, 2012
My kid went to the Three year old program, She loved going to Mrs.Anderson 's class. During holidays she would wait to go back to class.Looking forward to sending her to Mrs.Stewarts class this year. --SriVidya.

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July 01, 2011
I am a former Shiloh student who is now a parent of 2 children who have attended Shiloh since K-4 and another who is excited about starting this year! I could not imagine my children going any place else. The teachers are wonderful and believe it or not, some of them are still there from when I was a student. The dedication from the teachers to their students is amazing. My children have really enjoyed being a part of Shiloh and we are looking forward to introducing our youngest child to the school. They have exceeded our expectations and continue to do so!

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August 22, 2008
This is our ninth year at Shiloh. We have an eighth grader and a senior. In a time where people transition in and out of schools on a frequent basis, we are often asked why we have chosen to stay at Shiloh. We love that the teachers know our children personally and are aware of their individual strengths and weaknesses. They use this personal knowledge to motivate them to strive for their personal best each year. However, the most important reason that we have chosen to stay at Shiloh is the degree of academic excellence that they have through all grades, most especially in Middle School and High School. We are extremely pleased with the academic progress of both our children.

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July 30, 2008
We have been a part of the Shiloh family for eight years, it is everything we want for our child. The staff is commited to your child's education as well as thier walk in Christian faith. My daughter is so proud to be a part of SHCS, and so are we. The quality of this school is excellant.

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April 14, 2008
A loving, supportive environment. Full of great role models in the older students. Teachers and staff committed beyond the call of duty. Affordable, academically competitive, well structured. Absolutely no complaints. Public middle school is such a mess, I will not even consider it for my younger child and she will attend Shiloh for middle school when she's done in elementary. My Shiloh 7th grader is the only middle school student I know who says when asked, 'My school is awesome!' Instead of, 'I hate school.'

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July 30, 2006
We are in our 6th year at shiloh and could not be more pleased with our daughter's progress. The teachers are very dedicated and the atmosphere is great. You will love our school!!!

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June 28, 2006
My two kids have attended this school from the beginning. The educational quality us excellent. This school offers the same cirrocumuli (Abeka) as the more well known expensive schools in the area (Mt. Paran Christian and North Cobb Christian). Therefore, you get the same result at a much lower price. The school isn t fancy. However, the buildings are paid for which translates to good tuition rates for you. No money is wasted on superficial glamour. In 2006, the 3rd grade overall SAT results for this school were in the 98th percentile. The Kindergarten 2006 class overall SAT score was in the 93rd percentile nationally. I think that speaks for itself. Beyond academics, a Christian school does a lot to shape the character of the students. It s an environment of love and respect and that rubs off on the kids. The kids just turn out better overall. The teachers see their job as a life mission. Therefore, you will never find a more dedicated collection of people to influence your child.

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June 19, 2006
Shiloh is a fantastic school. The teachers are great and have a heart for the Lord. I have had my three children there for five years and have been very pleased. SHCS may not have the best facilities but they have made many improvements and continue to improve as the Lord allows. The atmosphere in the class room is one that encourages learning. Shiloh has a great fine arts program as well as a great sports program. I would highly recommend you prayerfully consider Shiloh for your child.

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October 31, 2004
This is a great school. My daughter goes to Shiloh. The education standards of this school are among the best. Teachers are great! They make my daughter feel at home. They teach their kids great moral values. I highly recommend it.

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June 23, 2004
This is for Kindergarten only. Mrs. Benefield is a 5 for teacher quality, not sure about the others. Mrs. Benefield is a caring teacher. The school lacks a little in getting information to the parents about important matters. School needs some refurbishing and needs a little more cleaning in restrooms. A little leagalistic but otherwise the people are nice and the tuition rate is very good.

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Shiloh Hills Christian School
260 Hawkins Store Road Northeast, Kennesaw, GA  30144
(770) 926-7729
Last modified Shiloh Hills Christian School is a Private school that serves grades PK-12
Shiloh Hills Christian School Rating: 4 out of 5 based on 93 reviews. Top