§ 39.04  PROHIBITED ACTS OF DISCRIMINATION; EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS.
   It shall be unlawful for an educational institution to engage in any of the following acts wholly or partially for a discriminatory reason:
   (A)   To deny, restrict, abridge or condition the use of or access to any educational facilities or educational services to any person otherwise qualified;
   (B)   Notwithstanding the provisions of division (A) of this section, it shall not be an unlawful discriminatory practice to limit attendance in classes or programs conducted by an educational institution based upon a reasonable educational objective, except where to do so would otherwise violate a duty imposed upon the institution by federal or state law to provide reasonable accommodation;
   (C)   Notwithstanding the provisions of division (A) of this section, it shall not be an unlawful discriminatory practice for an educational institution operated by a religious or denominational institution, or established for a bona fide religious purpose, to admit students or program attendees on the basis of that student’s or attendee’s religious or denominational affiliation or preference.
(Ord. 7906, passed 8-17-2009; Am. Ord. 8934, passed 6-7-2021)