Kvitsund Gymnas

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Kvitsund Gymnas is a Christian boarding high school in Telemark, Norway.

It is one of the few private high schools in Norway. It is privately owned by the Norwegian Lutheran Mission (NLM). The school's current principal is Torleif Belck-Olsen[1] and there are currently 180 students admitted to the school.

In 2012 a student complained to the county governor in Telemark that students were taught that homosexuality was caused by a developmental damage gay people suffer as toddlers, and that abortion was to be considered as murder also in cases where the woman had been raped.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Torleif Belck-Olsen ny rektor på Kvitsund nlm.no, retrieved January 11, 2013
  2. ^ Thomas Nikolai Blekeli, et al: Homofili er en skade i barnets tidlige utvikling NRK, January 11, 2013