Students For Liberty is pleased to begin offering resource kits to pro-liberty high school students!  These kits provide a variety of resources for students to use in their high schools to start their own group, grow their current group, or talk to students about the ideas of liberty.

Click here to request your high school resource kit today! 

Students are a diverse group. Something that attracts one person to liberty may not work on others. We provide a wide assortment of resources to use at your high school. Many of these resources are made available by generous donations from our partner organizations including: Young Americans for Liberty, Reason, The Cato Institute, and the Foundation for Economic Education.

Resources are subject to availability, but they generally include:

  • SFL Banner
  • Stickers
  • Buttons
  • Palm Cards
  • Materials from the Institute for Humane Studies
  • Palm Cards and information on YAL’s fall programs
  • Materials from the Foundation for Economic Education
  • Copies of Reason Magazine from Reason
  • Stickers from the Tax Foundation
  • Materials from The Cato Institute
  • Other literature from the Advocates for Self Government, The Atlas Network, and Seasteading Institute.
  • And more!

Because of the high volume of  requests, SFL is offering to send the first 50 kits for free; after, students will pay $10 in shipping, so get your request in today!

Along with the high school kits, SFL now has an online handbook on successful tabling, covering best practices for student groups tabling on their campus. We strongly encourage participants in the program to check out this handbook!

This is the best time of the year for recruitment as students return to high school energized and enthusiastic to become more involved. By using this valuable resource, your pro-liberty student organization will be armed with the tools needed to promote freedom at your high school.

Click here to request your high school resource kit today! 

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Matthew La Corte, at