Christian School Girls’ Basketball Team Refuses To Play School With Boy On Roster

  • In January, Fogg wrote to Vermont’s Agency of Education asking permission to receive public tuition funding while noting it had the right to protest anti-discrimination laws.
  • “As a religious organization, the school has a statutory and constitutional right to make decisions based on its religious beliefs, including hiring and disciplining employees, associating with others, and in its admissions, conduct and operations policies and procedures,” Fogg wrote.
  • “By signing this form, the Mid Vermont Christian School does not waive any such rights.”
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