The management of the Achimota Senior High School has rejected the directive of the Ghana Education Service (GES) to admit two Rastafarians with dreadlocks.
The school rejected the directive after an extensive meeting between the parents of the two boys, and officials of the Ghana Education Service (GES).
The school last Thursday rejected two students because they were in dreadlocks.
The school asked their parents to cut off their hair or find another school for them.
But the GES directed the school do admit the schools but after the meeting today, the school says it will not change its decision.
Meanwhile, the father of one of the affected boys, Raswad Nkrabea has hinted at plans to seek legal redress.