In the decades since we moved to Shiloh, it has grown enormously. Our local school, which opened September 1, 1981, with eighteen students in three classes, now is two large prize-winning regional schools, one for girls and one for boys, from First Grade until Eighth Grade.
|part of the Shiloh Elementary Schools Campus|
Our district extends from the Shomron, Rechalim to the north of us, Ma'ale Levona, to the west, Gitit and Ma'ale Efrayim to the East, Kochav Hashachar to the south and lots of Jewish communities in between.
|The Shiloh Ramat Shmuel, Samuel Heights neighborhood was established by Ariel Sharon in the summer of 1981.|
As we earlier families are getting older, it's wonderful to see that our children are marrying and having children of their own. And many young families are making Shiloh their home.
As many new homes as we build, there's still a housing shortage in Shiloh. Jewish families of all ages, from all over the world want to live here.
A new generation has taken over that never knew a time when Judea and Samaria were in foreign hands. This post-1967 generation is much more rooted than we ever were, thank G-d.