"Taber , Alberta , Canada 5/28/99"
Actually, God is allowed in Canadian schools. In some provinces, churches run publically funded schools (also in the U.K for that matter, but no U.K school was on this list).
To be fair, even being in (actually on) a church didn't help these people:
Novelist Arthur C Clarke, in his book "Songs of Distant Earth" (I think) described a period (in the future) where anti-religious groups tried to show statistically that the number of people killed in churches due to catastrophes proves that the real God is punishing the believers. The religious types countered with further statistical analysis showing that non-religious buildings were more likely to be destroyed in catastrophes, until finally everyone just gave up and decided it wasn't that important anymore.
Apparently there was briefly a "Church of the Bell Curve" which tried to worship statistical probabilities themselves, but it dies out quickly in Clarke's imagined future.
Clarke himself is an athiest, but the Rama series of books he co-wrote with Gentry Lee not only postulates God, but reveals in depth God's very nature and role in the creation of universes.