For the past two weeks, it has all been debates on whether to allow Rastafarians in our educational institutions or not.
The issue became topical in the media after two Rastafarian students were denied admission at Achimota School.
Authorities of Achimota School insist that the students will be admitted only if they agree to cut their dreadlocks.
In spite of Achimota School taking a very strong stance against students with dreadlocks, some schools have however opened their gates for such students.
One of such Senior High Schools is the Christian Methodist Senior High school located at Weija in the Greater Accra Region.
The school which admits Rastafarian students also has a Rastafarian student, Master Sampson, a form two student as the Acting Boys’ Prefect of the school.
Indeed Christian Methodist Senior High school leads the way when it comes to diversity.