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Fundamentalist Baptist School Asks Student to Skip Prom

The Courier.com

A senior at Heritage Christian School will be suspended Monday for attending Findlay High School's prom because the event involves dancing and rock music.

A Heritage School committee decided Wednesday that Tyler Frost, 17, will be suspended if he attends Saturday's dance because the school's policy forbids dancing, rock music, hand holding and kissing.

Frost plans to attend prom anyway with his girlfriend, a senior at Findlay High.

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  1. attract wealth said...
     

    Religion can be a very positive force in life but the flip side is that it can be very damaging as well. Being a good person is about the value you contribute to the world and living the golden rule. All these arbitrary things about music, etc.. serve no purpose in living a spiritual life and just serve to try and control people

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