Yesterday in breathless fashion we were emblazoned with the information gay kids could be expelled from 'religious' schools. See HERE for all the actual information.
This gets a bit boring for me but here goes again in no order of importance in relation to Christian schools,
Being homosexual is NOT a sin. Having sex outside marriage ( where there is a husband and wife) is.
Thus it is very easy to see straight away many more heterosexuals are affected then homosexuals.
No-one but no-one is forced to either apply for a job in a Christian school or enrol their children.
Teachers are affected as they enter into a contract to uphold the School's values. If they lie about it or flagrantly publicises their relationship as occurred recently in WA then yes you will be sacked.
Students are a different kettle of fish. no student has ever been expelled for being gay, probably for the above reasons.
The only scenario I could foresee is if the student ( or the parents much more likely) made public the student was engaged in fornication and openly paraded such beliefs. If after counselling the student continued on this course then the School would have no option. The student and their parents would be undertaking a political exercise.
I think this is unlikely.
The whole thing is much ado about nothing.