Students vandalised properties belonging to the school and the headmaster to register their discontent with turn of events.
Parents of the final year students at the Kolege Senior High School in Accra are appealing to government to intervene to enable their wards take part in the ongoing West African Certificate Exams.
School authorities failed to register about 195 students for the ongoing West Africa Senior School Certificate Exams.
Even though the parents intend taking legal action against the school authorities for failing to register the students for the examinations, they are also looking for suitable remedies for the situation.
Chairman for the Parents Teacher Association for the school, David Adjetei told Joy News governmentís intervention can help resolve the situation.
The students vandalised properties belonging to the school and the headmaster, to register their discontent with turn of events.