Lesbians sue Christian school to educate their child

Lesbians sue Christian school to educate their child

Lesbians sue Christian school to educate their child

The Mount Erie Christian Academy in San Diego is part of the Mount Erie Baptist Church. This private school is located near a dozen public and private schools and it is a newsworthy school for all the wrong reasons. Two moms named Sheena and Lashaune decided to enroll their daughter in the preschool and then the grade school. KGTV news tells what happened:

The girl learned a few days before school started that she was no longer welcome at the place where she had attended both preschool and summer school. The reason, according to one of her mothers, is the school doesn’t want anything to do with homosexuals.

“They told us, ‘oh this is not about your child,’ but it is about my child,” said Sheena, who asked our sister station 10News not to use her last name.

But you call her by her distinctive first name? Okay then.

Sheena is a stay-at-home mom. Her wife, Lashaune, is in the Navy and is now away on deployment.

More personal details? Because your child will not google them later? Shaking my head.

“If we knew from the beginning that this was unacceptable, they didn’t condone or believe in this, if it was such a big deal, we would have never started her off there,” Sheena said. “I would never put my child’s emotional wellbeing in an unstable setting like that.”

Sheena told Team 10 she and her wife were summoned to the school the Friday before Labor Day, where they were shown to a room to meet with the pastor. After a prayer, Sheena said the pastor dropped the bombshell.

Unstable setting because they stated their position in their literature and clarified it? How is this a bombshell? The parent and student handbook makes their position rather clear.

“Mt. Erie Christian Academy is a religious, Bible-believing institution providing education in a distinct Christian environment, and it believes that its biblical role is to work in conjunction with the home to mold students to be Christ like. On those occasions in which the atmosphere or conduct within a particular home is counter to or in opposition to the biblical lifestyle that the school teaches, the school reserves the right, within its sole discretion, to refuse admission of an applicant or to discontinue enrollment of a student. This includes, but is not necessarily limited to, living in, condoning or supporting sexual immorality; practicing homosexual lifestyle or alternative gender identity; promoting such practices; or otherwise having the inability to support the moral principles of the school (Leviticus 20:13a; Romans 1:21-27; Matthew 19:4-6; I Corinthians 6:9-20).”

It seems to me that you cannot say I did not know what the school’s expectations are when you received the revised handbook about 3 months ago. Now Sheena and Lashaune are looking for a lawyer to force the school to educate their child.

Team 10 reached out to the ACLU, the LGBT Center and San Diego Pride. None of the groups were willing to speak on the topic. An administrator at Pride said, “It is what it is.”


Yet these two ladies are trying to sue the school.  And for what?  closing the school and diminishing opportunities for children to succeed?  Please note that there is a difference in expectations between preschool families and K-12 families in a small private school. David French in National Review states:

I’m on the board of my kids’ Christian school, and we clearly and unequivocally both teach and practice that the school can’t do its work without the full support and cooperation of the parents. One of the great advantages of private education is the partnership between parents and schools, and the notion that we would be forced into partnership with people who fundamentally reject our values is antithetical to any meaningful conception of religious freedom.

So is the goal education or is it tearing down the first amendment?

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  • OC says:

    This is CA we’re talking about. I have no doubt these two morons will have a gaggle of lawyers at their doorstep.
    There’s also, sadly, a better than even chance they’ll find a judge who sees the injustice in it all.


  • DeadMessenger says:

    Sheena and Lashaune be lookin’ for a payday, seems like.

    Seriously. Why would you send your kid to a BAPTIST school to begin with, when you are a lesbian and know how God, and therefore Baptists, feel about that? So I would tend to speculate that this was the plan all along, the attempted smackdown of a Christian school.

    Interesting how their peeps don’t seem to be backing them on this whole transaction.

    • Gail Boer says:

      And it is not about their daughter either but it is about you stamping your feet and trying to get their way for Sheena and Lashaune.

  • Rick Caird says:

    The school should merely point out to the two women that they teach lesbian relationships are wrong. If the two woman want their child to hear that on a regular basis, then by all means force your child into that school. It seems like quite a poor choice to me, but for a SJW, it is all about her and not the child.

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