Many students of South Broward High School are still too young to vote, but they're begging for their voices to be heard.

Students of the Broward County high school left class Friday morning to protest gun violence and to show support for their Stoneman Douglas peers just miles away.

The protest was organized just two days after the school shooting in Parkland, FL that left 17 dead.

A picture of the flyer used to organize the protest was tweeted out. It asks students to show their representatives that they want change, specifically:

"Extensive background checks and mental health evaluations before gun purchases."

"Elimination of the gun show loophole."

And for politicians to "stop lobbying from the NRA (National Rifle Association)."

Dozens of students showed up to the protest Friday morning, according to NBC 6 in South Florida. Almost every student was holding a sign. The signs read messages like "Our lives matter," "Protect kids not guns," "No more silence, end gun violence."

Videos of the protest circulated Twitter Friday morning.