Boarding school in England funnels students into Scientology's most secretive sect - 2012-07-11

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F62.png Boarding school in England funnels students into Scientology's most secretive sect July 11, 2012, Victoria Cavaliere, New York Daily News

Greenfields School in England's Sussex countryside describes itself as an "independent day and boarding school from 2 to 18 years old." But those with a close knowledge of the institution tell London's Evening Standard it is "the school of choice" for employees of Saint Hill Manor, Scientology's UK headquarters.

Former students at Greenfields told the Standard that each year, as many as 10 students "disappear," from their normal educational track and are rumored to have been sent to the United States to enroll at Sea Organization, the religious order of the Church of Scientology. Sea Org, which boasts about 6,000 members, is housed in a compound near Los Angeles and devotees purportedly wear Naval-style uniforms.


{{cite news | first = Victoria | last = Cavaliere | title = Boarding school in England funnels students into Scientology's most secretive sect | url = http://www.nydailynews.com/entertainment/gossip/boarding-school-england-funnels-students-scientology-secretive-sect-article-1.1112468 | work = New York Daily News | date = July 11, 2012 | accessdate = January 14, 2017 }}