Out In Schools

Out In Schools

Out In Schools is BC’s award-winning 2SLGBTQIA+ education program. We use film and facilitated group discussion to engage youth in building safer, more inclusive communities. 

For Educators

Educator workshops are customizable and flexible in focus to meet your team where they’re at. Join us for a fun, informative and engaging workshop which will expand your team’s knowledge and confidence in supporting 2SLGTBQIA+ students and integrating SOGI curriculum into your every day.

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For Youth

Youth presentations are fun and engaging for students from grade 5 through grade 12, and beyond. Whether starting with terminology and concepts or looking for a deeper dive into allyship and representation, this is for you!

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Corporate Plus

Why does 2SLGBTQIA+ representation matter and how can you make your workspace more inclusive and welcoming? Join us and find out.

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Explore for yourself

Out In Schools is an award-winning program with more than 15 years of experience in BC’s education system. We inspire and empower youth. Work with us to support your classroom or community today.

Film Library

View films from our unique film library, along with lesson plans to help you discuss these films with your students.

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Recommended Films

Check out these films freely available online! Many of which we have used during Out In Schools presentations.

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Looking for resources and additional supports? Review our list of links for documents and exercises from other orgs.

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Submit a Film

We are always on the lookout for new independent film to share in our presentations. In particular, we are looking for films that speak to queer themes and issues and are appropriate for ages 13-18. We are committed to paying filmmakers for educational use of their work.

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Homophobia and transphobia impacts everyone, not just queer, trans, and Two Spirit youth. Our programs combat the root causes of homophobic and transphobic oppression through meaningful representation on film, and in classrooms with our team of facilitators. Our presentations reduce stigma, open hearts, and change minds.