A Delhi Charter school in Louisiana has put a controversial policy in place that bans pregnant teens from attending.

The school is saying that they reserve the right to force students to take pregnancy tests, and kick them out if they test positive.

The schools policy also lets them refer the girl to a doctor of their choice.  If they still want to go to the school, they have to take a home study course.

Students who choose not to take the pregnancy tests will "be treated as pregnant and asked to take the home study course."

The ACLU has gotten involved and asked the school to reverse its decision.  The school has not responded yet, but the ACLU is prepared to take legal action.

Do you think the school has any legal leg to stand on with this policy?