Christian School Faces Tax and Foreclosure Problems


The Summit Christian School in Palm Beach County is facing a foreclosure on its property by a credit union to who the school owes $9.3 million. Circuit Judge Meenu Sasser will hear the request by the credit union to foreclose the premises on October 5.

If that were not enough, the school has another serious problem. It has not been paying its taxes for the year ended March 31, so the IRS has slapped a $606,000 tax lien on it. Summit school headmaster Sam Skelton has acknowledged that the 38-year old school, situated at Summit Boulevard and Haverhill Road is facing massive challenges.

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