Shiloh Christian School

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Shiloh Christian School
Address
1707 Johnson Road
Springdale, Arkansas 72762
United States
Coordinates 36°10′7″N 94°9′18″W / 36.16861°N 94.15500°W / 36.16861; -94.15500Coordinates: 36°10′7″N 94°9′18″W / 36.16861°N 94.15500°W / 36.16861; -94.15500
Information
School type Private
Denomination Baptist
Established 1976
CEEB code 042313
NCES School ID 02004615[1]
Teaching staff 65.0 (on FTE basis[1]
Grades PK–12
Gender Coeducational
Enrollment 739[1] (2009–10)
Student to teacher ratio 11.4[1]
Campus size 72-acre (290,000 m2)
Color(s) Navy Blue and Vegas Gold
         
Athletics Football, volleyball, cross country, golf, cheer, basketball, soccer, baseball, softball, tennis, track
Athletics conference 5A West (2012–14)
Nickname Saints
Team name Shiloh Christian Saints
Website

Shiloh Christian School is a private school in Springdale, Arkansas, United States.

History[edit]

Shiloh Christian School was founded in 1976 as a ministry of the First Baptist Church of Springdale, by Dennis Cottrell and Tom Ellis, under the leadership of Pastor Cliff Palmer. The school opened with 180 students from kindergarten through sixth grade. A new grade was added each year. The school graduated its first high school class in 1983, with twelve students. In 1979, the First Baptist Church of Springdale moved from its downtown location to its present 72-acre (290,000 m2) site on Johnson Road.

Shiloh Christian School is accredited by the Arkansas Non-Public School Accreditation Association, the Association of Christian Schools International, and AdvancED since 2003.[2]

Campus[edit]

The campus includes a 2,900 seat worship center, a 300-seat chapel, a 1,400 seat basketball facility, and a football stadium.

Extracurricular activities[edit]

The Shiloh Christian School mascot for academic and athletic teams is the Saints with Navy blue and Vegas gold.

Athletics[edit]

For 2012–14, the Shiloh Saints compete in the 5A Classification from the 5A West Conference as administered by the Arkansas Activities Association. The Saints high school teams consist of football, volleyball, golf (boys/girls), cross country (boys/girls), cheer, basketball (boys/girls), wrestling, soccer (girls), baseball, softball, tennis (boys/girls), and track and field (boys/girls).[3]

The Shiloh Christian High School teams have won more than 25 state championships.

  • Football: The Saints football team are one the school's most successful programs with seven state football championship trophies raised since 1998 with titles in 1998, 1999, 2001, 2006, 2008, 2009 and 2010. In April 2011, PBS's series Frontline ran a single episode primarily focusing on Shiloh Christian's football team. The episode, titled "Football High", was given the tagline "High school football has never had a higher profile …. but is winning worth the risks?"[4]
  • Golf: The boys golf team won a state golf championship in 1996.
  • Cross country: The girls cross country team is a 5-time state cross country champion with titles in 1994, 1995, 1997, 1998 and 2009. The boys squad are 2-time state cross country champions with titles in 2007 and 2009.
  • Tennis: The boys tennis team are 4-time state tennis champions with titles in 2000, 2001, 2009, and 2014. The girls tennis team won three consecutive state tennis championships and four overall with wins in 1996, 1997, 1998 and 2000.
  • Baseball: The baseball squad won three consecutive state baseball championships in 2010, 2011 and 2012. Their latest title occurred in 2016.
  • Track and field: The girls track team won five consecutive state track and field championships in 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999 and 2000.
  • Women's Soccer: The girls soccer team has won one soccer state championship during the 2013 soccer season.

Notable alumni[edit]

The following are notable people associated with Shiloh Christian School. If the person was a SCS student, the number in parentheses indicates the year of graduation; if the person was a faculty or staff member, that person's title and years of association are included:

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