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    Quote Originally Posted by dezzzR View Post
    Well, youre wrong man. A kid that goes to catholic school has a better shot at getting into a good college and being successful than someone going to public school. How exactly is it sheltered? They still go home at the end of the day, its not boarding school. its got nothing to do with religion, i dont like the church either.
    That is not true.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dezzzR View Post
    whatupp brrrrr
    ****in tired man...

    **** never ends. I finally got free time on my breaks so i am enjoying thee thread again

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    Quote Originally Posted by ShakeandBake View Post
    I think it is innate, but I agree with you and Moke, a dress code and theology classes isn't going to drive anyone to succeed. Chaminade is an elitist private school, and you can get an equivalent education in some public schools(especially around the RVC district where a lot of these kids come from).
    Then why do most of their kids get accepted to havard and yale and all those colleges?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dezzzR View Post
    Then why do most of their kids get accepted to havard and yale and all those colleges?
    because elitist *******s, LOVE other elitist *******s.

    As a republican, I know youre oblivious to some of these thigns you just assume are normal, lmao
    Oderint Dum Metuant

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    Quote Originally Posted by dezzzR View Post
    Then why do most of their kids get accepted to havard and yale and all those colleges?
    you can't generalize... the top catholic schools are obviously better, but the average ones aren/t

    my HS is the perfect example. St. Mary's in Rutherford then compare that to Rutherford High which is considered one of the best HS's in the state. Colleges def gave more credit to the public school

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    im jsut messing with you Dezz

    I mean, I still disagree with you, but i'm just ****in with ya
    Oderint Dum Metuant

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    Quote Originally Posted by JPizzack View Post
    because elitist *******s, LOVE other elitist *******s.

    As a republican, I know youre oblivious to some of these thigns you just assume are normal, lmao
    zing

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    Private schools teach the same things, they are just smaller, and expensive.

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    in reese we trust saying that the Alex Smith to KC deal is nearly done....

    which may open up to the 9ers trading for Revis since they have 15 picks in the draft...

    yikes

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    Quote Originally Posted by JPizzack View Post
    because elitist *******s, LOVE other elitist *******s.

    As a republican, I know youre oblivious to some of these thigns you just assume are normal, lmao
    Those schools are run by the liberal elite pizzle nice try.

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