More than 200 Broughton High students gathered in front of the school today to rally for saving the magnet program.
A recurring theme from the speakers was that removing the International Baccalaureate program will have a disastrous effect on the school. They say those who think Broughton will stay healthy without the program are wrong.
"By saying that Broughton is healthy and therefore no longer needs the IB Program is like saying 'I can see very well, so you can take out my eyes.' " said Corinne Jurney, a sophomore.
More to come tomorrow...