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We had similar situation at our school and a lot of us were upset about it. Our school was also not a church but was,and might still be, registered with the IRS as one. It had no affiliation or connection with any church or other religious body. It is only a school. It being a church isn't mentioned on any school literature or on the website or anywhere else. We were annoyed about this too but were about to leave the school so didn't make a fuss. Is it legal for a school to claim to be a church when it isn't part of a church. I understand how this would be ok for a school connected with an established church but that wasn't the case with our school. It really was just a school. That might be what the problem is. --P.R via e-mail

Only the IRS can challenge the determination of classification. --Don Kramer

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