Shiloh High School

Relentless Pursuit of Excellence

  • Meet the Principal


  • Yearbook Information

    Question to Ask or Pictures to Share

    Please send any questions to Stephen_Lindsay@gwinnett.k12.ga.us.

    Pictures you want to share for the yearbook can be emailed to shilohsabrestaff@gmail.com.

    Want to Join yearbook next year.  Use this Journalism Application 2019-2020

    Yearbooks, Senior Pictures, and Senior Tributes

    Yearbooks are on sale the Jostens website.  The last day to buy a yearbook is Feburary 1st.  No extra books will be ordered!!!



    Check the Senior Yearbook Newsletter here!:
    Senior Yearbook Newsletter


    Are you a Junior? Save by bundling your Junior dues with your yearbook and pay only $150!  Check My Payments Plus to take advantage of this offer before it is gone!

    Are you a Senior? Your yearbook is included in your Senior dues as long as you complete payment by the end of January.  

    Senior Tributes are onsale at Jostens.com until January 14th.  Get yours now before they are gone!


    Senior Superlatives 
    Voting for Senior Superlatives and teacher superlatives are open.  Only senior students may vote and only one vote per student will be counted.

    Senior and Teacher Superlatives- Vote Here

    If you have any questions, see Mr. Lindsay in E219, email him at Stephen_Lindsay@gwinnett.k12.ga.us.

  • Clinic

    Clinic Hours: 7:15 - 2:00 
    Clinic Worker: Belinda Hughley
    CLINIC INFORMATION 
    The school provides limited emergency first-aid to students who become ill or suffer injuries at school. The parent/guardian will be called, and the student will be sent home if he/she is too sick to remain at school. No student is to remain at school, if he/she shows evidence of an acute illness, a temperature of > 100 F, or vomiting or diarrhea. 

    The school should be provided with current home, business, and emergency telephone numbers so that parents/guardian may be contacted if necessary. If numbers should change during the school year, please contact the school office. 

    Aspirin, Tylenol, and other non-prescription medication can only be given to students if the medications given to the school clinic are in the original labeled container along with the appropriate form filled out and signed.  (See link the link Medication Administration From at the bottom of this page)  Prescription medications along with the permission forms need to be brought to the clinic promptly. If a student needs to keep a medication with them i.e.: inhalers or epipens, we need a letter from a physician stating the necessity of this action. 

    Should it be necessary for a student to have an over the counter medication continuously for an extended period of time (more than two weeks), it will be necessary for the parent/guardian to have a physician complete a request for medication form giving the school permission to administer the medication. In the event that a medication is changed or a dosage is altered, a new form must be completed and an appropriately labeled container provided. All medication not claimed by a parent/guardian at the end of the school year will be discarded. Students cannot transport medication home. 

    After receiving written permission, a staff member may assist the student in taking medications. However, in no event will any representative of the school assure a parent/guardian that anything more than a reasonable effort will be made to assist the student. Neither the school, nor its staff can guarantee that any student will take a particular medication correctly. If there is a medical situation that could be potentially dangerous, please notify the principal’s office immediately. 


    TO CHECK-OUT SICK: 
    Students who become ill during the school day must go to the clinic prior to checking-out. If a student is too ill to remain at school someone listed on the emergency contact information will be contacted by phone. Students should not use their cell phone during the school day to contact their parents. 

    TO CHECK IN LATE: 
    A. Student reports to the Attendance Office upon arrival on campus. 
    B. Student presents a note from parent. (ONLY formal documentation will be accepted after the 7th check-in.)
    1. The note must have a parent signature, reason, and phone number. 
    2. The time missed will be excused or unexcused based on the criteria listed under “Absences.” 
    C. If the student has no note, he/she will be checked in unexcused. 

    MEDICAL AND DENTAL APPOINTMENTS

    Students should try to schedule appointments for after school. If medical appointments are scheduled, students must present proof of appointment upon their return for this absence to be considered excused. A receipt for services will be sufficient. Students who drive to school are required to present a note at the beginning of the school day so that it may be verified by a parent/guardian listed in the emergency contact information prior to leaving campus.

    Medication Administration Forms

  • Advanced Placement

    What is AP?



    Advanced Placement classes are based on college-level courses. They teach higher-level thinking skills and allow the students to experience the atmosphere and the expectations of a college course. AP courses can also provide college credit, increase the chances of success in college, and help save money on college. Click here for additional AP information go to or email Dr. Gore

    What Are the Benefits of the Advanced Placement Program?

    Image of Student on Advanced Placement Books
    Do you plan on attending college?



    If “yes” is your answer then you should take at least one AP class while you are in high school. Data shows that the more AP courses you take in high school, the more successful you will be in college.


    Top reasons to take AP classes:



    WHy Choose AP


    •AP classes can save thousands of $$ in college costs.
    •AP students may be granted sophomore standing or given credit in college courses.
    •AP students improve their chances of being accepted by the college of their choice.
    •AP grades are weighted in Gwinnett County by 10 points.
    •Because students work at an advanced level and acquire higher reasoning skills, students normally score about 100 points higher on College Board tests than their peers.
    •AP students outperform their non-AP peers in college. 

    Advanced Placement Courses Offered

    AP Exam Registration


    Shiloh High School students will pay Advanced Placement (AP) exam fees online through your student’s Mypaymentsplus account this year. All students must register online for AP exams that are being offered at Shiloh High School. AP exam registration and payment will be available online at Mypaymentsplus until the end of the registration period (3-1-2019). Payment for exams may be made with major credit /debit cards or e-checks.   An AP registration packet with detailed registration directions will be sent home with your student mid to late January. The exam schedule for May exams will be on the back of the parent bulletin. Please call Ms. Lowell if you have any questions at 770-736-4395 or email Annette_Lowell@gwinnett.k12.ga.us.

    AP Online Scores:
    Students will receive their AP scores online. Paper reports will no longer be sent home in the mail.

  • International Baccalaureate

     International Baccalaureate

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  • Rising Freshmen

    Please click here for information regarding the class of 2023. 

  • School Forms

    Free and Reduced Lunch Application

  • Senior Information

    Please click here for senior information.

  • Student Password Reset

    Student Password Reset from Home

    Student Password Reset from School

    Student Password Errors Guide

  • Summer School Information

    Please click here for information regarding Summer School and course recovery options

  • Testing Information

    Please click here for testing information.

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