More than 15 final year students have been sacked from the West Ridge Junior High School in Sekondi in the Western Region with just three months to their Basic Examination Certificate Exams.
According to the school authorities who invited parents of these pupils to the school on Tuesday, June 1st, 2021, the students were caught kissing at the washrooms of the schools during break times.
Some also put on different uniforms in their bags and change up during break time and head to their boyfriend's house.
Parents were made away from the situation in front of their wards with the school expelling all of these students from the school.
As it stands, the students will have to meet the rest of their colleagues at St John for their final exams concerning the BECE.
Speaking to an angry mother whose son was part of the sacked pupils, she expressed disappointment in the son but stressed getting a personal teacher for him which will come with extra cost.
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