About Us

About Us

Shiloh Christian Institute was founded in 1992. It first started as a private tutoring centre. Through the ongoing transformation of many young and impressionable minds, the word having spread throughout the community, created a platform, and soon Shiloh became a regular after school and weekend tutoring centre.  Before long, due to the growing demand, it quickly became a full day school, educating from Kindergarten to Grade 12. The school grew both in reputation and enrollment, and is now operating as a fully accredited academic school. 

Since its inception, Shiloh has produced numerous outstanding and successful students, and as adults, many are now contributing meaningfully to their communities and society at large. Shiloh prides on the fact that 100% of our graduates move on to post- secondary institutions of learning.  As a Christian school, we do acknowledge that our success is fuelled by enforcing the love of God, while embracing determination and hard work. We pledge to passionately continue on this path, as we are persuaded, without a doubt, that this school is God ordained.

OUR MISSION

Our mission is to provide a biblically integrated academic program in a disciplined environment that encourages spiritual commitment and academic excellence.

OUR Vision

It is our vision to... provide a biblically integrated academic program in a disciplined environment that encourages spiritual commitment and academic excellence.

Core Values

The staff of Shiloh Christian Institute believe the Bible is the inerrant, inspired Word of God and that it provides the behavioral and moral standards for our lives. Therefore, based upon our understanding of biblical principles, we will teach our students the following core values:

Jesus Christ is God manifest in the flesh. All wise, all powerful and supreme over all creation. He is the visible image of the invisible God.

The Bible is the inspired word of God. It was recorded by Holy men of God who spake as they were moved by the Holy Spirit and is preserved by God unto all generations.

We deliver a holistic approach to education (spiritual, academic, emotional, and social). We equip our students to be lifelong learners, critical thinkers, and problem solvers so they will thrive in a rapidly changing world.

Shiloh is a strong spiritually based school and everything we do is based around God. We start every day with prayer, engage in a mid-day prayer and end our days with prayer. We encourage our students to apply biblical principles in their academics to ensure their success. Our strong Christian component brings about a certain order in our classrooms, respect for peers and staff, which allows for maximum teaching and learning to take place.

We believe through a series of commanded responsibilities and sacred practices, the family is established by God. Parents are to train up their child in the way they should go, so that when they are old they will not depart from it. Children are to honour their parents, that their days may be long and well. This explains why a man leaves his father and mother and is joined to his wife, and the two are united into one. At Shiloh, we join the responsibility of the parents in training up children in the way they are supposed to go to continue in God’s order.

Staff & Faculty

Meet our efficient administrative staff and our qualified teaching staff.

Our Principal

Edward McHugh is the founder of Shiloh Christian Institute. He started tutoring 2 children from his kitchen table and built this school from the ground up. He is the heart and soul of SCI and earns the respect of every student because he embodies hard work, determination and faith in Jesus Christ.

Mr. E. Mchugh

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Curriculum

In conjunction with the Abeka Curriculum, we follow the Ontario Ministry of Education’s Guidelines for all subjects. All students in Grades 3, 6, 9 and 10 will undergo provincial testing. Our religious teaching is based on the Holy Bible, the inspired Word of God. We instill this style of teaching so that students can develop at an early age, the knowledge of God, which will promote the development of a Godly character.

Accreditation: Shiloh is a Ministry of Education inspected and approved school. Our credits are therefore transferable to other school system, both Private and Public.

Ministry of Education Curriculum Guidelines: Parents who would like more information regarding the Ontario Curriculum Guidelines can go to their web site at www.edu.gov.on.ca or call the Peel District School Board at 905-890-1010 or 1-800-668-1146.

FAQs

Our answers to some of the more frequently asked questions by parents who are considering Shiloh for their child(ren).

No. While our Association and education is wholly Christian, it is not a criteria for enrollment.

School begins at 8:30am each day and ends at 3:10pm. Students should be brought to school by 8:20am. They must be picked up y 3:15pm.

SCI has 3-5 PA days a year, along with a 1-week March and Christmas break.

In conjunction with the Abeka Curriculum, we follow the Ontario Ministry of Education’s Guidelines for all subjects. All students in Grades 3, 6, 9 and 10 will undergo provincial testing. Our religious teaching is based on the Holy Bible, the inspired Word of God.

SCI strives to maintain a low student to teacher ratio which enables us to provide a high quality of instruction. We currently have 30 students and 4 staff and the average student/teacher ratio is 8:1.

No, SCI is not affiliated with any one specific church but is a part of the Apostolic Pentecostal denomination.

All of our students engage in daily devotions, prayer and reading the word of God. We study the word of God together and memorize key verses to develop Godly morals and behaviour.

We have a before school care program from 7:30 to 8:05am and an after school care program from 3:30 to 6:00pm.

Yes, uniforms are mandatory for students. Our dress code is based on Christian standards of neatness and modesty.

No, parents are responsible for providing transportation for their children to and from school.

SCI offers a wide variety of extracurricular activities which we host in the gymnasium of our near-by community centre.

NOW ACCEPTING REGISTRATIONS!

We are currently accepting local and international students.