Milton school shades ties to Scientology - 1998-03-02

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F36.png Milton school shades ties to Scientology March 2, 1998, Joseph Mallia, Inside the Church of Scientology, Boston Herald

A Church of Scientology school in Milton is enrolling large numbers of children from middle-class and professional black families in what critics say is part of the church's nationwide plan to recruit minorities.

Officials at Delphi Academy do not tell parents that the school is part of the Church of Scientology, and that they are trying to recruit blacks for Scientology's costly programs.

Yet they do admit that all staff members are Scientologists and they use Scientology materials.

A Herald review of the school has found that Delphi Academy:

Used precisely the same "Study Tech" as the Boston Church of Scientology on Beacon Street, where the methods are considered religious scriptures.

Sent up to 10 percent of each child's tuition money to the Association for Better Living and Education, a Scientology organization in Los Angeles, according to its federal tax returns.

Wikipedia cite:
{{cite news | first = Joseph | last = Mallia | title = Milton school shades ties to Scientology | url = | work = Inside the Church of Scientology | publisher = Boston Herald | date = March 2, 1998 | accessdate = January 14, 2017 }}