What's Up at Shiloh Middle School

  • Shiloh Middle School Art Club Exhibit

    The Shiloh Art Club will have an exhibit at the Parma-Snow Cuyahoga County County Library on Saturday, April 29. The show will be on display in the lobby area of the library until Monday, May 8. Please come see the great artwork by the students that are a part of the Shiloh Art Club!

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  • 2017-2018 Fifth Grade Orientation

    This is the Fifth Grade Orientation for parents of 4th Grade students that will be attending Shiloh Middle School next year.

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  • Shiloh Cheerleading Camp Tryouts

    Click on the above link for more information.

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  • Encore Charity Walk

    This year, Encore will sponsor the Parma Animal Shelter. Our $1.00 fundraiser will include selling logos of the Parma Animal Shelter as well as placing a picture of the student and their favorite pet on a display board. We will begin collecting after Easter Break. We plan to walk May 26 during Encore time. Rain date is June 2.

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At a Glance

Assistant Principal:
Doris Ezell
School Hours:
8:05 AM - 2:55 PM
Main Office:
(440) 885-8485
Absence Reporting:
(440) 885-8485


  • Principal's Update


    Parents and Guardians,


    As we enter into the second semester, I want to express how pleased I am with the successes of our students and the hard work they have shown the first half of the year.  The second semester brings changes to Shiloh Middle School.  Students will no longer be attending Spanish and Health classes.  In the place of those classes are learning labs.  We hope that learning labs will offer an opportunity for students to receive extra help in content areas, grow in their reading skills, and find time in their busy lives to complete their school work.  We are also starting to plan for state testing which will occur in late March and early April.  Testing dates and schedules will be shared soon.  Thanks for your continued support of Shiloh Middle School and our mission of serving young adolescents in a responsive and meaningful way.  Our beliefs continue to be that:


    • Every young adolescent has the right to learn in a caring and engaging environment with the support of an adult advocate.
    • Every young adolescent needs to feel a sense of belonging.
    • Every young adolescent should experience a curriculum that empowers then to achieve their dreams and make a difference in the world.
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