LGBTQplusME is a European
LGBTQ+ Friendly School Ranking
It is not an ordinary social survey. It's a tool that will put you in a safe, open and tolerant high school! We strive to allow LGBTQ+ people to live in freedom with self-respect and dignity.
Sexual identity is still an important factor of rejection. Help is offered to those who are being excluded to enable them to live their lives with respect and to integrate them into society. We stand up against any kind of repression, discrimination and exclusion of LGBTQ+ people so that their sexual orientation is no longer a restraint. We want all young LGBTQ+ people to be able to get up every morning feeling it is okay to be who they are and go to school without fear, being proud of who they are.
Thanks to the evaluation by students from all the secondary schools we will get to know the most open to diversity schools in the whole region. The results will be presented in the form of an Equality Map – separate for each engaged country. The map will cover the whole Europe and show LGBTQ+ youth-friendly schools.
If you are in high school, leave your evaluation! It is up to you to vote on whether the community in your school is LGBTQ + friendly.
If you choose high school soon, wait for the results! Thanks to them, you will find out which schools support LGBTQ + youth.
If you are a teacher or a principal, use the results! Find out what you can do to support values such as equality, diversity and openness in education.
How do I add my opinion about the school?
Select a school on the map.
You can search for your school by name, city and address.
Click „rate school”.
Then a survey on the attitude of the school towards LGBTQ + students will be displayed.
Complete the survey.
It will take you up to 7 minutes. When you have answered all the questions, please submit.
Confirm the answer.
Your rating will be added to the database and will be included in the Ranking!
Support and help
If, due to your psychosexual orientation or gender identity, you have experienced or experienced difficult situations, exclusion or non-acceptance, you can look for psychological help and support in the following places: