Definitely not! We want every child to have an alternative option to government education.
While we are built on an LDS foundation, and hope to be ideal for Latter-day Saint familes,
the principles of true education are universal and leave the parent (not the school) as the source of truth
for a student. Non-LDS families can work with LDS families side-by-side to serve their communities while their children learn
in the process.
Also, LDS students listening to insights from students of other faiths would be encouraged,
since as LDS we believe in building relationships with those of all faiths in defense of religious freedoms in the world.
The right of all people to worship how, where and what they
may (Article of Faith 11
) is sacred to
members of the LDS church.