Students from the Stanton College Preparatory School in Jacksonville are livid after some pictures were posted in the school advising students what they should wear to prom.
The language used in the posters included the phrase "Good girl", and they are not amused. The four posters were put up earlier in the week and showed different prom dresses, with the question "Going to Stanton Prom?" Some of the dresses say they are unacceptable while one got the okay with the answer "Yes you are. Good girl."
They posted these posters a week before the prom, which some students were confused by seeing as how they must know that most girls have their dresses already. Also, the language used is disrespectful to the students.
Other students argued that referring to them as "good girls" makes it sound like they are dogs.
After this went viral, the school issued a statement that says that these posters were not "an approved policy by the school or Duval County Public Schools" and that they were "immediately removed".
The student body joined together even though the school didn't claim responsibility. They didn't appreciate being spoken to like this and many students wore a shirt with a female sign on it to show their solidarity.
What do you think, should the school look into it more to see who posted these images?