A sight to see Thursday afternoon at : 650 students and faculty taking a stand against bullying and promoting peace on campus.
As part of National Anti-Bullying week, Leadership teachers Phoebe Smith, Monita Ma and students from student council coordinated activities and events during the local week-long campaign.
From poster and essay contests to themed dress-up days, the entire school jumped on board to beat bullying.
However, the largest event was the giant peace sign created by the entire school.
"We've gotten a really positive response from the kids," said Principal Greg Sahakian. "They seem to bring up that idea of being able to stand up as a victim or bystander of bullying."
For the first putting on the campaign on campus, Smith said it was a huge success. She said not only did it help victims or bullying but also gave bullies themselves insight to how their actions impact others.
"A know it really helps [for the students] to have the tools to fight back without getting in trouble or being combative," she said.