School Policy Says It Can Kick Out Students With Gay Parents

Given the debate and confusion in our society about marriage and human sexuality it is vital that Trinity families agree with and support the school’s traditional, Christian understanding of those issues.  Therefore, when the atmosphere or conduct within a particular home is counter to the school’s understanding of a biblical lifestyle, including the practice or promotion of the LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender) lifestyle or alternative gender identity, the school should have the right, in its sole discretion, to deny the admission of an applicant or discontinue enrollment of a current student.

Source: School Policy Says It Can Kick Out Students With Gay Parents | ThinkProgress

Waiting to hear how they’ll handle adultery, swearing, mouthing off to mom and dad, lying, and coveting thy neighbor’s fancy new electronic devices.

2 thoughts on “School Policy Says It Can Kick Out Students With Gay Parents

  1. Lao Bao

    Trinity is a private ‘christian’ school as such they can kick out or accept any one they so choose. Private schools, as long as they don’t receive any public money, are welcome to set rules based on the length of the Headmaster’s nose hair for all I care. As a rational human with a modicum of liturgical knowledge I might expect that they would also have rules about cotton blends in the school uniform, no shrimp cocktails at the yearly fundraiser dinner and of course students who bring fig newtons to school for lunch should be asked to don the hair suit and properly self flagellate themselves. Though I doubt any of those rules are on the books.

    Setting rules based on a poorly translated, repeatedly edited book of stories should no longer be considered rational. But hey its not my school.

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