By Lauren Green
Published May 26, 2011
For generations, graduates of Neptune High School have walked down the aisle of the Great Auditorium in Ocean Grove, N.J., where the impressive 6,500-seat venue dominates the landscape of one of the area’s most historic beach towns.
School officials in Neptune Township, N.J., have bowed to the demands of the ACLU and will cover decades-old religious signs posted in the historic Great Auditorium to allow a 70-year tradition of high school graduations to continue.
Instead of the sign, “Holiness to the Lord,” a banner will be posted over it saying, “Neptune Township School District … A Community of Learners.” In addition, a banner with the words “So Be Ye Holy” will be covered with another banner saying, “Neptune High School: A School of Excellence and No Excuses.”
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