Boulder High School students walk out in protest over presidential election results

BOULDER, Colo. -- Dozens of Boulder High School students walked out of class Wednesday morning.

The students are protesting the results of the presidential election and the values they say Donald Trump stands for, according to the Boulder Daily Camera.

SKYFox was over the school at 11:30 a.m. as students lined a fence, holding signs and waving to passing cars.

One sign read "BHS no place for hate." Another read "Honk for love."

The students were still protesting at about 1 p.m.