A group of campaigners say they're exploring the possibility of taking legal action against the people who run a West Cumbrian School.
St Bees School will close this summer because the governing body says falling pupil numbers makes it financially unsustainable.
But hundreds of people have signed a petition calling for the governors to resign:
They say the governors haven't considered all of the financial options available for the school, and last night (Tuesday 21 April) about 80 people met in the village to discuss their options.
Paul Davies, one campaigner, says the governors have given them inconsistent information:
Another campaigner, Hazel Barker, says legal action is being carefully considered:
Last week, the school governors defended the decision to close the school, and said it wasn't taken lightly. Katie Hunter has this report: