Student Atheists Organize Highschool Clubs

Creation Studies Institute It’s not a new labor union, and it’s not an educational support group for the godless. It is as the Religion News Service reports, the slow and steady growth of high school atheist clubs springing up across the country. In the Huffington Post online article, the progressive news organization reported, with help from the Secular Student Alliance -- a national organization of more than 300 college-based clubs for freethinking students, there were about a dozen clubs of this ilk at the beginning of the 2011-12 academic year. This is a number that has increased to 39 in 17 states by the start of summer break. Read More: