Fort Lee HS Gay-Straight Alliance: 201-585-2296; 3000 Lemoine Ave., Fort Lee, NJ 07024; We are the student organization which brings awareness of LGBTQ issues within the Fort Lee HS community.
NVOT GSA: Northern Valley Regional High School at Old Tappan Central Avenue Old Tappan NJ 07675; [email protected]
Northern Valley Reg. H.S. Demarest GSA: 201-768-3200; 165 Knickerbocker Rd., Demarest, NJ 07627; [email protected]; www.nvnet.org
SAPHIRE Club @ Bergenfield High School: 201-385-8600; 80 S. Prospect Ave Bergenfield NJ 07621; [email protected]; SAPHIRE stands for "Standing Against Prejudice, Homophobia, Intolerance and Racism Everywhere." We are a student organization that promotes acceptance at Bergenfield High School.
SPECTRUM @ Newton H.S.: 973-383-7573 Ext. 3231; 44 Ryerson Ave., Newton, NJ 07860; [email protected] or [email protected]; newtonnj.org/sites/ahathaway/SPECTRUM.cfm; Spectrum is a group of students and staff united for acceptance in the Newton High School community. We strive to provide a safe, mature, and comfortable environment for all participants. We believe in equality for all people, regardless of sexual orientation, gender identity, and other issues of self-discovery. We will work towards an end to harassment and bias through a better understanding of how we all have similar needs to be validated.
SPECTRUM, the LGBTIQA Alliance @ Teaneck High School: Teaneck High School, 100 Elizabeth Avenue, Teaneck, NJ 07666; [email protected]; Spectrum is proud to support LGBTIQA & gender independent students, teachers, administrators, families, and community members. We work for intersectional school justice & encourage enhanced LGBTIQA visibility in school curricula.
West Morris Mendham High School: 973-543-2501; 65 East Main Street Mendham, NJ 07945; [email protected]; wmmhs.org; The Alliance for Acceptance and Understanding is a club at West Morris Mendham High School that works to educate the school community about groups who are often the target of discrimination and harassment, create a safe environment for students to support each other and end isolation, and develop strategies to reduce stereotyping and discrimination in the school community.
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