Professor Fate wrote:Boundaries for private schools! If they aren't limited by religion anymore, then they need to be limited by geographical boundaries, like everybody else.
So, I know some kids that go to Loyola that live in Orange County. In your utopian fantasy land would that be allowed, Professor?
The only time I've ever heard of a Catholic HS limiting enrollment by religion is in this thread. I went to an all-boys Catholic HS and we had many non-Catholic's of all faiths. The only way you could tell was during mass when they didn't take communion. We also had kids from all over the area. and this was in the early 80's in a southern state.
Fist bump to BoscoBrave for his comments, spot on about how his son learned about the Catholic faith and to respect others faiths.
and to BBB yes the parking structure is well underway. MD will need it to have ample parking for the new state of the art Performing Arts building and additional classrooms that will be added with the project to increase enrollment.