Attorneys for the now-defunct Nampa Classical Academy filed a petition with the court Wednesday. A federal appeals court upheld the dismissal of the charter school’s lawsuit against Idaho officials in August.
The Idaho Public Charter School Commission closed the academy last year citing troubled finances.
The founders of the charter school in southwestern Idaho tangled with state officials over the use of the Bible and other religious texts shortly after opening in August 2009 with more than 500 students.
The academy filed a federal lawsuit against Idaho officials in September 2009. (AP)