The Vice Chancellor, University of Ibadan, UI, Professor Abel Olayinka has ordered the reopening of International School, Ibadan for academic activities on Monday, stressing that adequate measures has been put in place to forestall breakdown of law and order in the school.
In a statement by the Vice Chancellor, the secondary school was a private school and is guided by its own policies, rules and regulations.
He pointed out that there is a subsisting court judgment that has affirmed the private status of the school.
The VC stressed that the status quo as regards students’ dress code as contained in the school rules and regulations is maintained, adding, “Individuals or groups that may seek a change in the dress code, or any other aspect of the rules of the school should follow the due process of requesting for such but the final decision on any such change still lies with the Board of Governors”.
He said the Board of Governors and the School Management have been committed towards improving the performance of the students.