Might I suggest sending your children to Camp Inquiry:
This is a place where kids can be themselves. We work toward helping youth confront the challenges of living a non-theistic/secular lifestyle in a world dominated by religious belief and pseudoscience. Grounded on the conviction that kids can begin establishing habits of the good and ethical life early on, Camp Inquiry 2008 adopts a three-part focus: The arts and sciences, the skeptical perspective, and ethical character development comprise an integrated approach to this “Age of Discovery.” Campers, counselors, and teachers will address key issues around individual identity, forging trusting relationships, establishing a sense of local and global community, and living with respect for the natural world.
Sounds like a good idea to me. There was actually a story about this on All Things Considered yesterday. Very interesting. Imagine, kids actually being taught to think, question, and learn at camp rather than being taught to simply have faith that things are the way they are because it’s all part of the plan of an omnipotent being.
Of course, the downside to sending your kids here is that, chances are, they’ll never have a shot at becoming President of the United States.