An unnamed Bais Yaakov High School has a percentage of out-of-town students who commute 45 minutes each day to and from school.
Said school decides to hold a Chanukah Chagiga for the girls at night, at a time where local girls would have time to return home, hear lighting with their family and return to the school in time for the Chagiga. Out of town girls might need to miss lighting at home in order to attend the Chagiga.
No transportation assistance is provided for the out-of-town girls (regular school bussing will not be available when the Chagiga is set to be over).
Out-of-town girls question whether they want, or are able, to indeed return to school for this event. Teacher and school administrator insist that girls PAY for the Chagiga, even if they do not attend.
When girls complain that the entire situation is not fair, coupled with the fact that they were given only two day's notice of the festivities, they are told by school administrator "So move to ______ (the town the school is in) or build your own Bais Yaakov in your home town".
Question for my readers: WHICH PART OF THIS STORY IS THE MOST HEINOUS?