A high school student in Las Vegas says school administrators denied her application to start a pro-life club on campus, despite completing the necessary paperwork. 

Angelique Clark explained to Elisabeth Hasselbeck this morning on "Fox and Friends" why she wants to start a pro-life club at West Career and Technical Academy. 

"I wanted to start the pro-life club because I think abortion is an important topic, not to just talk about, but to do something about," Clark said. "And I think having a club at high school is a great place to do it at."

Clark said that school administrators told her the club would be too "controversial" and "exclusive." 

“This club currently does not have a faculty member who would commit to sponsoring the club,” the school district said in a statement. Hasselbeck asked Clark if that was true.

"No, that's not true. I've had a faculty advisor since I submitted the application," Clark replied. 

Clark said that she feels that she's being discriminated against.

"I think I have the right to have this club and it's being violated," she told Hasselbeck. 

Watch the full video above. 

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