It looks like some of the good Eastern Orthodox Christian people here might be taking a step toward embracing the philosophy of ecumenism by sending their children to heretical Catholic, Lutheran and Anglican schools.
stanley123, it seems you haven't bothered to read my post. The religious schools I referred to have a policy of not pushing their faith on their students not of their faith. What is taught in the classroom is overwhelmingly academic, with any religious component taught as separate subjects or modules, if, indeed, religion is taught at all. And, as I said before, there is no compulsory requirement of attendance of chapel in those schools which have a chapel on campus. If anything, the students not of the school's denomination are asked to check with their parents first if they approve of their child attending chapel.
While I was educated at State-funded schools, I have family members and close friends, who either teach at denominational schools (including Roman Catholic, Anglican and Presbyterian), or who were schooled in them. In none of their cases was their Orthodox faith compromised in any way, either as students or as teachers. All have maintained their ties with their Orthodox parishes, whether as common parishioners, or as church singers, readers, etc; those who have children have, without exception, baptised them Orthodox.
If family and church life is strong, then there is nothing to fear from sending Orthodox children to a denominational school. May I ask, Stanley, how much religion is taught at denominational schools, particularly Roman Catholic, where you are these days?