The Human Rights Division of the High Court will at 2PM give judgement in the case brought before it by two Rastafarian boys against Achimota School.
This comes after nearly three months of litigation.
The two, Nana Kwaku Nkrabea and Tyron Marhguy, are contesting a decision by the School not to admit them with their dreadlocks.
Authorities of the school has dismissed these claims.
It has argued that the students never returned their forms which had their acceptance of admission.
One of the reliefs being sought by the plaintiffs is a declaration that Achimota School’s refusal to admit them violates their right to dignity and right to education as guaranteed under Articles 25 (1)(b), 28 (4) in Ghana’s Constitution.
“…that the failure and or refusal of the 1st Respondent [The Achimota School], to admit or enrol the Applicant on the basis of his Rastafarian religious inclination, beliefs and culture…is a violation of his fundamental human rights and freedoms guaranteed under the 1992 Constitution,” one of the reliefs read.