Student Clubs and Activities
  • Due to the safety of our staff and students, many student clubs and activities are not meeting at this time. 

    We look forward to regaining our regular scheduled activities in the future!

  • Fitness Club

    Did you know…Over 15 million people in 180 countries around the world participate in Zumba® Fitness classes every week? At Shiloh, we think it’s important that kids become healthy adults by learning early on that being active is a critical component to overall fitness. Kids will learn dance fitness routines alongside staff members to reinforce this belief and discover that fitness is fun! In a typical Zumba® class, students will experience many dance styles…everything from merengue and salsa to reggaeton, bachata, cumbia, and even hip hop! Each week, they’ll get a serious workout and have fun doing it! 4th and 5th-grade students will be selected based upon effort, citizenship, ability and behavior choices. Ms. Ginn became a licensed Zumba® Fitness instructor in November of 2015. She is licensed to teach Zumba® Fitness, Zumba Kids® and Zumba Kids Jr.®.

  • Girls on the Run

    Girls on the Run is a transformational physical activity-based positive youth development program for girls and teaches life skills through dynamic interactive lessons and running games. The program culminates with girls being physically and emotionally prepared to complete a celebratory 5k running event. The goal of the program is to unleash confidence through accomplishment while establishing a lifetime appreciation of health and fitness. Girls on the Run is sponsored by Ms. Reynolds.

  • Morning Show

    Shiloh Morning News, a student-operated TV broadcast program, provides an opportunity for students to try their hand in the broadcast booth while providing important information to our students and teachers. Morning News is sponsored by Mrs. Tankersley and Ms.Moon.

  • Readers Rally

    Readers Rally is a reading quiz bowl style competition for students in grades four through twelve. Students read books from a pre-determined list and answer questions about those books. Each Gwinnett County school may send one team of ten players or less to the Readers Rally event. Readers Rally is sponsored by Mrs.Tankersley.

  • Robotics Club

    The Robotics Club is an interesting way to engage students in STEM (Science Technology Engineering Mathematics) Education.  The club offers students the opportunity to explore the basics of coding, computer science, and computational thinking through the hands-on experience of building robots.  Students will have to understand how to research a problem, identify procedural steps, and work with others to find a solution.  Finally, robotics is a way to engage in real-world problem solving and experience that they can apply to other areas in life.  The Robotics club is sponsored by Ms.Allen.

  • Safety Patrol

    Safety Patrol consists of 5th-grade students. The goal of the Safety Patrol is to improve safety during morning arrival and afternoon dismissal. Patrols are stationed around the school to help remind students of the "Shiloh Way". Members were selected for their courtesy, dependability, interest in helping others, and respect for others. Safety Patrol is sponsored by Ms. Falling.

  • Shiloh Singers

    The Shiloh Singers is our school's choir. The group is comprised of approximately 100 auditioned singers in grades 1 through 5. We perform throughout the year at PTA and cluster events as well as putting on an annual Winter Chorus Show and Spring Musical. Select students participate in both State and County Honor Choruses. Shiloh Singers is sponsored by Ms. Ginn

  • Student Council

    Student Council is the student governing body run by elected student leaders. Council activities promote leadership and planning skills. Council members play an important role in the school, sponsoring special fundraisers and addressing problems at the school. Student Council meets on a regular basis. Promoting school spirit is another important function of the Student Council. Through the use of posters and videos, the members try to encourage all students and staff to participate in various activities. Every Friday, the Student Council also encourages all students and staff to show their school pride by wearing Shiloh clothing. Student Council is sponsored by Mrs.Hall.