In the assembly, Stenzel allegedly told students things like, "If your mom gives you birth control, she probably hates you" and that premarital sex causes women to become infertile.
Campbell is demanding Aulenbacher resign from his position as principal and apologize to the school community.
A "Friends of Aulenbacher" Facebook page created since Campbell's legal action has about 700 likes and is encouraging students and parents who support him to speak at the Kanawha County Board of Education meeting Thursday at 6 p.m.
Campbell's story has made national headlines. She was interviewed on CNN earlier this week about the assembly.
Supporters of Wellesley College, where Campbell has been accepted, created a petition on Change.org in support of her, saying, "We think you'll fit right in."
"The Wellesley College community recently learned how you bravely stood up to your school principal to protest an abstinence-only assembly on campus. We're sorry you were so harshly rebuked by school officials and other members of your community for exercising your right to free speech and advocating for women's rights," the petition reads. "We know this must be a challenging time, and we want you to know that your Wellesley Sisters stand with you."
The online petition had more than 500 supporters by press time.