Shiloh Hills Elementary School serves between 500 and 550 Kindergarten through sixth grade students. Staff members include general education teachers, special education teachers, Title I and LAP teachers, Music, PE, and Library specialists, a social worker, and a speech and language pathologist, as well as numerous support staff.
Shiloh Hills continues to examine the learning improvement needs of our students and offers a variety of means to address those needs. Services through the resource, Title I assistance programs, LAP program, and challenge enrichment program target specific populations of our students.
Extracurricular activities include the District's orchestra, band and choir programs. Soccer, volleyball, basketball, softball and track are available for 5th and 6th grades.
Our feeder school system is comprised of quality schools. Shiloh Hills Elementary feeds into Mountainside Middle School. Our students then move on to Mt. Spokane High School. All schools offer numerous opportunities academically, artistically and athletically.