A lesbian couple is denouncing a Waco, Texas, school after they say administrators denied their child admission into its daycare program because they are in a same-sex marriage.

Brittney Ready and her wife, Stacey, say their daughter, Callie, was on a waiting list to be accepted at Parkview Christian Academy. When they learned July 18 the daycare had an opening, they went to the school to fill out the paperwork.

But after administrators learned the couple was in a same-sex marriage, they revoked the admission due to the school’s religious beliefs.

“We were not trying to plague your daycare sir, we are gay, our daughter is not!,” Brittney Ready wrote in a public Facebook post about going to the school only to be turned away after an administrator called them “mates” and their marriage was against the school’s bylaws.

“I am glad God was on our side and let the true colors show before my baby was subjected to their ‘discriminating beliefs,’” she added.

Parkview Christian Academy did not return a request for comment. The school’s website states the school “reserves the right to reject the admission of any student for any reason.”

The private Baptist school is a K-12 school with about 127 students, according to the Private Review School website.

The school’s student handbook states the school admits students of any race, color, and national or ethnic origin. The school also requires parents and students in grades 1 through 12 be members of a local Christian church “as evidence that the parents are also actively working toward a Christian training of the child,” according to the handbook.