I keep on top of the school -- of which about 25% of the children are Catholic because there is no nearby Catholic school -- to make sure that no teacher is anti-Catholic (or at least teaching it) and I also make sure that my girls have a solid understanding of the Catholic faith so that if something comes up, they will come to me with questions.
Anyway, the primary reason we sent them to this school was because it was conservative. We didn't have to worry about environmental propaganda or social liberalism or anything else. They teach a solid moral foundation. While their bible is missing seven books (and parts of two others!), my girls are getting a solid background in Scripture ... something many Catholic schools don't even do!
I don't know what I'm going to do for high school. I'm hesitant about keeping them at the generic Christian school because high school is the time all their friends will be "accepting Jesus as their personal Lord and Savior", yada yada, and I don't want them to get sucked into that, but we have four Catholic high schools in the area: two all girls, one co-ed (but in a bad area) and one Jesuit (we have a younger son as well). Maybe we'll move and I'll have more choices ... I don't know.
Until then ...
You would deflect/deny such a close relationship with Christ? What's wrong with you?