4 years ago, but still a-la-mode. Public education is not "reeducation camp". The fact that it's public allows a lot of scrutiny in relation to its programs and textbooks. In fact, public schools will also not attempt to turn away people from their faith, it's not their role. If you believe in the mythology of an ancient people, it's not really biology's business, even if its teaching includes facts about the world that may contradict it.
The problem is that you would like to shelter your children from reality. To a point where you fear general education. Your "masters" have succeeded in manipulation and are probably also dictating to you the imprints/sources of what you have "the right" to read.
However, you really have the right to free yourself from that. For many, it's impossible to escape their grasp. Think at what would happen in your microsociety, if you started to awake to that and to speak about it. Then meditate on if that's a manifestation of Jesus' love message. And there are less radical Christian groups, if you ever want to leave a cult and have a better life, but still need faith in your life. Unlike what your "masters" are telling you, they're not more bound to hell than your elitist group. More good news is that hell doesn't exist anyway, it's incompatible with the concept of a loving God.