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Private schools (except colleges) are not required to obey the Constitution and they don't have "open" enrollment like public schools. Therefore, they can refuse to accept your child for any reason and they can remove your child for any reason. Some states like Texas and Nevada do have certain protections for children enrolled in private schools.
Maybe it's because I'm in Texas, but I've specifically read that private schools do not have the right to decline or remove children for any reason. They have to meet certain criteria in order to do that. I guess it was just Texas....
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