GSA Clubs

According to GLSEN's research, supportive student clubs (such as Gay-Straight Alliance/Gender-Sexuality Clubs) have been shown to have a positive impact on school climate for LGBTQ+ and all students. Other benefits of being involved in a GSA Club are the leadership and activism skills it helps to develop in students.

  • A comprehensive guide for new and already established GSA Clubs in schools. This comprehensive manual provides information for activating and building GSA Clubs, for training advisors, for organizing direct-action campaigns, for creating partnerships and more.

Kennedy Middle School: Gender Sexuality Alliance (GSA)

  • Advisors: Danielle Martinkus (, Kristina Russell (
  • Newly formed club in 2017, meets once a month. Students are involved in leadership and advocacy roles to provide a supportive environment for their LGBTQ+ peers and allies.

Natick High School: Gender & Sexuality Alliance (GSA)

  • Advisor: Amanda Egan (
  • "The Gender & Sexuality Alliance at NHS works to promote diversity and celebration of differences in our school and community. As members we dedicate time to go on field trips to conferences, movies, plays, and other schools' GSA events, etc. We provide resources and materials to the school to promote diversity. We have LGBTQIA+ related discussions, work on projects, and support each other in a nonjudgmental environment. EVERYONE IS ALWAYS WELCOME. If you cannot attend a meeting, feel free to follow us on Facebook, Twitter @NatichHighGSA or email us at for out of school events and resources."
  • Meetings are held in room 315 on Tuesdays after school. New members are always welcome and can attend whenever they're able.