It is worth remembering that there are serious issues with integrated schools for Bible believing Christians:
1. These schools are profoundly ecumenical in character and ethos. They may profess to be 'Christian' in character, however, in reality, they are ecumenical schools.
They profess to treat all beliefs and traditions equally. Yet special sacramental provision will often be put in place to facilitate Roman Catholic children. Herein lies the problem. This is ecumenism at work! Protestants abandon the principles of the Protestant Reformation, which rejected Romanism, for a system of education that refuses to promote or defend true Bible religion, while at the same time special provisions are made for the safeguarding of Roman Catholicism.