Mission Statement

Shiloh Academy’s mission is to create and maintain a safe learning environment in order to provide every child the opportunity to gain the necessary skills to access their least restrictive environment and obtain academic success.

Vision Statement

Shiloh Academy’s vision of the educational process is to create and provide a supportive, and highly structured environment, while providing small class sizes, differentiated inquiry based instruction, and a creative hands-on learning environment in order to educate our students to provide them with the tools to become contributing members of society.

Shiloh Academy is an accredited school

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About our schools:
Shiloh Academy provides specialized on-grounds education to assist youth in developing the necessary academic and social skills needed to re-enter a less restrictive environment and/or earn a high school diploma. Shiloh Academy provides each youth a challenging, academically sound educational experience to remediate, maintain and/or improve academic, vocational and social functioning.

Shiloh Academy’s schools have the capacity to assist students in future educational options and transitional decisions.

Specialized and regular education programming are offered to the youth participating in Shiloh Academy’s residential and day treatment programs with locations in Littleton, Longmont, Thornton, and Adams County. Opening soon in Centennial

Certified, licensed teachers provide instruction for students requiring a more structured classroom setting that address the behavioral issues, academic needs, and individualized circumstances that interfere with learning in a traditional classroom.
Accreditation is a set of rigorous protocols and research-based processes for evaluating an institution’s organizational effectiveness. Accreditation examines the whole institution-the programs, the cultural context, the community of stakeholders-to determine how well the parts work together to meet the needs of students.