Ohio mom learns daughters were banned from Christian private school because she ...

An Ohio mother is demanding action after her two young daughters were removed from their private Christian school because she 'committed adultery.' 

Summer Grant, 30, asserted that her daughters -  fourth grader Summara and second grader Summaia - have been going to the Chapel Hill Christian Schools for years. 

The schools offer preschool to six grade classes and has two campuses in Cuyahoga Falls and Springfield Township. 

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Summer Grant, 30, asserted that her daughters - fourth grader Summara and second grader Summaia - have been going to the Chapel Hill Christian Schools for years

Summer Grant, 30, asserted that her daughters - fourth grader Summara and second grader Summaia - have been going to the Chapel Hill Christian Schools for years

Her 10-year-old and seven-year-old daughters were dismissed from the Cuyahoga Falls location last Friday, with just 30 days left in the school year

Her 10-year-old and seven-year-old daughters were dismissed from the Cuyahoga Falls location last Friday, with just 30 days left in the school year

Grant shared that her 10-year-old and seven-year-old daughters were dismissed from the Cuyahoga Falls location last Friday, with just 30 days left in the school year. 

The school's reason: Grant was allegedly 'living in sin.'  

Grant recorded a conversation she had with a pastor John Wilson, who explained she was violating the school's covenant by having children with different fathers

Grant recorded a conversation she had with a pastor John Wilson, who explained she was violating the school's covenant by having children with different fathers

'He said it was many reasons and the main one was because I was not married and my children had different fathers,' Grant explained to WKYC.

Grant recorded a conversation she had with administrative pastor John Wilson, who explained that the mother was violating the school's covenant by having children with different fathers and living with a significant other while not being married.  

'There's 10 commandments and committing adultery is not part of that,' Pastor Wilson can be heard saying in footage. 'It's not that they should not go to the school it's that they can't go to the school.' 

Grant described her children as being great students and proudly showed off the many accolades and certificates the pair had gotten from their school. 

She explained that the children had never been in trouble, save for a misunderstanding a bus driver had with one of her daughters last week. 

Wilson and Grants have butted heads before about the mom's private home life. She shared that at a July parent conference, Wilson asked her why her kids had three different fathers

Wilson and Grants have butted heads before about the mom's private home life. She shared that at a July parent conference, Wilson asked her why her kids had three different fathers

The mother said that the driver wanted her child to sit in the front because he claimed she wasn't listening. Grant said her daughter shared that she had been talking to a friend at the time and hadn't heard the driver. 

The next day, when the Akron resident tried to resolve the situation with the driver, she said that he became rude. He eventually called the cops but no one was arrested. 

But Grant asserts that Wilson indicated that the incident had little to do with the school's decision. 'It's not right,' she declared. 'It's not right.'

Summara received an award for math

Summara was awarded for displaying responsibilty

Grant described her children as being great students and proudly showed off the many accolades and certificates the pair had gotten from their school

Wilson and Grants have butted heads before about the mom's private

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