High schools in Lynn will soon make birth control, condoms, and emergency contraceptives available to students.

The school committee heard from both sides of the argument with emotional testimonials from parents, health advocates and students as they look for ways to curb teenage pregnancy.

Some spoke about the hardships associated with teenage pregnancy.

“Everyday is a struggle and every day I strive to do the best I can,” one student said. “Although I love being a mother to my beautiful son I have no doubt in my mind that if I knew I had the option to get birth control at my own health center, my outcome would have been different and my life would be easier.

While others argued the importance of parental involvement in a child’s healthcare.