A Las Vegas high school sophomore says school administrators denied her application to form a pro-life club on campus.

West Career and Technical Academy Vice Principal Allan Yee allegedly told Angelique Clark that the club would be “controversial” and would make pro-choice students feel left out. He also reportedly said that others were “more qualified to speak on the issue than a high school sophomore.”

Clark said she’s disappointed in the decision but is determined to fight for the club.

Lawyers for Clark are demanding that the school reverse its decision, claiming that administrators are violating her right to free speech.

“This club currently does not have a faculty member who would commit to sponsoring the club,” the school district said in a statement posted by the Las Vegas Review-Journal.

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