Religion In Public School

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In all public schools students and staff are not allowed to express their religion in ways such as praying, reading the bible and sharing their faith. The last school I attended is known as Eastern Christian Academy. They would pray before each class started, have chapel every week, and spread their ministries in many different countries. Although the students and teachers who attended the school were Christians, none of them were Seventh Day Adventist. They would eat unclean foods such as pork and shrimp for lunch, participate in ungodly events on Friday nights or Saturdays, worship on Sundays, and do all the things that a Seventh Day Adventist Christian knows they should not do. Because of these things, it was hard to fit in. It was as if …show more content…
When I attend Pine Forge Academy, I will not have to worry about any of these problems because we share the same religion. Having a Christian education is very important to me. Though I can be educated about God at home, when I learn more about Christianity and the Bible at school, my belief and faith are reinforced and same goes for every child. Therefore, school is also important to me. The lessons people learn in school remain with them for life and stand them in good stead as they face the trials and tribulations of life. I believe that only christian schools are able to impart true Christian values and with friends who have a good values, people are not likely to stray from the straight and narrow path. Pine Forge encourages students to develop their talents given from God. This is important to me because God gave me many talents and I would like to share them with the world. I believe that Pine Forge will help me to become not only a better person but a better Christian. They will help me to achieve my goals. I already have family and friends who attend Pine Forge and I also have family and friends who are