The president of the Human Rights Campaign wrote the school's superintendent and principal asking them to reverse their decision.
17-year-old Taylor Ellis came out on social media last year.
But after a student wrote his story for a yearbook article, Ellis says the principal told him it could lead to problems with bullying.
Ellis said, "He was thinking it was too personal for the yearbook, but I don't think it was personal. There wasn't too much in it. She (the writer) could've asked a lot more personal things."
The school's superintendent never returned our calls.
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