Being a private religious school, I suppose they can teach whatever they want. In my conversations with parents in several areas, I've come to believe that some private schools teach some form of creationism.
Also, I've had students come into my classes who have been previously home schooled. That and in Dodge, when I first come there there was a 1-8 Catholic school whose graduates we acquired . For the most part they were top notch.
I didn't teach science so I can't specifically attest exactly what they were taught on that subject but they went on to do well in our public school, which certainly didnt teach creationism.
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