You can't be a member of the Catholic Church and be in good standing, divorced, and then be allowed to remarry (and have it accepted by the church). If someone did such, they would be fired for the same cyclical sort of sinning (and it's considered repetitive adultery by their dogma). Find an example where someone did that and they weren't fired, then you'd have some hypocrisy to point out.
You can if you get the marriage annulled. This means that the previous marriage is declared invalid retroactive to the date of the marriage (although this does not affect the legitimacy of any children of the annulled marriage.
The Roman Catholic Church considers a marriage valid when:
* It is celebrated in a ceremony according to Church law;
* Both parties are free to marry each other;
* Each partner intends, from the beginning of the marriage, to accept God's plan for married life as taught by the Church;
* Each partner has the physical and psychological ability to live out the consent and commitment initially given to the marriage.
If any of these requirements are lacking from the beginning of the marriage, then the Tribunal, acting as the bishop's representative, can declare that marriage invalid.
Grounds for annulment are any of the following:
* Most annulments are based on canon 1095, psychological reasons. These include a wide range of factors. Some of them may be misrepresentation or fraud (concealing the truth about capacity or desire to have children for example, or about an preexisting marriage, drug addiction, felony convictions, sexual preference or having reached the age of consent)
* Refusal or inability to consummate the marriage (inability or refusal to have sex)
* Bigamy, incest (being married to someone else, or close relatives)
* Duress (being forced or coerced into marriage against one's will or serious external pressure, for example a pregnancy)
* Mental incapacity (considered unable to understand the nature and expectations of marriage)
* Lack of knowledge or understanding of the full implications of marriage as a life-long commitment in faithfulness and love, with priority to spouse and children.
* Psychological inability to live the marriage commitment as described above.
* Illegal "Form of Marriage" (ceremony was not performed according to Catholic canon law)
* One/both partners was under the influence of drugs, or addicted to a chemical substance.
If the divorced person has not
gone through an annulment and has remarried
, then you have the serial adultery (and therefore breach of contract with the school).