Creationist Vouchers Database

This is a database of known creationist voucher schools in America.  311 creationist voucher schools have been discovered so far.  These schools, and links to evidence of them teaching creationism on their websites, can be viewed, by state, below.

Known creationist curriculums and textbooks are Accelerated Christian Education (ACE), ABeka, Bob Jones University Press, Apologia, Purposeful Design, ConcordiaAlpha Omega, Landmark’s Freedom Baptist Curriculum, Christian Schools International (CSI), and The Foundation for American Christian Education (FACE).

Voucher States

Please post a comment or email repealcreationism@gmail.com if you have any more evidence.

If you believe a mistake about any of these schools has been made, please submit evidence of the mistake and we will remove the school immediately.  These schools are documented based on information on their websites.

21 Responses to Creationist Vouchers Database

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  5. Fendrel says:

    I am located in Tennessee. Is there any research that I could help you with. I applaud what you are doing.

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  14. Jonathan Coffman says:

    … and stop giving Florida universities that teach Intelligent Design money from Florida taxpayers!

    http://www.floridastudentfinancialaid.org/SSFAD/factsheets/FRAG.htm

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  18. Stan Thompson says:

    I am a retired longtime science teacher. I have had many confrontations with creationists over evolution.instruction. Many people, especially those in academia, don’t realize the pressure science teachers are placed under every day to teach pseudoscience. The head of my department was a creationist It’s not just happening in voucher schools!

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