(KCEN) -- Some high schools in New York are now handing out the morning after pill to students.
Last year, the Health Department decided to make the Plan B pill available to kids.
The pilot program has now expanded to 13 schools.
It's called CATCH, or Connecting Adolescents To Comprehensive Health Care.
While some students say it's a bad idea, others say the pills prevents teenage pregnancies.
The pill will be available to students starting at age 14.