…they also will not accept kids of gay couples:
Myrtle Grove Christian School will not accept state funding from a new General Assembly school tuition voucher program, the school’s headmaster said Friday.
The statement came less than a month after Myrtle Grove Christian announced a new policy requiring students’ families to promise they won’t support or participate in a gay lifestyle.
Such “biblical morality policies,” as they’re called, aren’t uncommon at religious private schools. But the state’s new tuition voucher program raised questions about the policy. Stacey Miller, Myrtle Grove Christian’s headmaster, said in an emailed statement Friday that the school currently doesn’t receive any “government funding or enroll any students under any voucher program.”
So let’s summarize: private school, private funding, no privates.