A male student at the Shiloh Hills Christian School in Kennesaw, who utters "I like boys" or "I am a homosexual" will be expelled.Seriously, the state of Georgia is funneling money to a school that would expel a student for supporting gay people. But it's all good, according to school administrators. Just a part of the beautiful rainbow of diverse schools with absolutely no diversity among their students.
And at the 800-student Providence Christian Academy 20 miles north of Atlanta, a student who is gay, lesbian or bisexual or supports people who are could be kicked out.
"You can be a Jewish school. You can be a Muslim school. It’s the same as a Catholic school or if I wanted to go to an all-girls school or a homosexual school," said Claudia Hunt, who runs admissions for the Providence Christian Academy, a kindergarten-through-12th-grade school in Lilburn.Yeah, and I'll just bet Georgia's tax credit program includes a "homosexual school." With a policy that supporting straight people is grounds for expulsion.
"That is why we are independent schools," she said. "We all have different missions."
A tax credit that simultaneously undermines the principles behind universal public education and punishes kids if they're gay or just not bigoted enough? What a win-win-win for the far right.