Pupils caught with cannabis oil expelled | The Mercury

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Durban – Two pupils, caught with cannabis oil on school premises, will not be reinstated as the appeal process has been concluded. This is according to school management at Ashton International College in Ballito, north of Durban. 

The two pupils, one in Grade 10 and the other in Grade 11, were expelled after being found to have contravened the school’s code of conduct, which prohibits pupils from bringing to school, consuming, distributing or testing positive for drugs or alcohol on or off the campus and at any school function.

In a statement, released in response to a media report on the matter, the school said the incident had taken place on October 19. “The student in question (who is a minor) illegally brought cannabis oil to the school and had given it to another student who used the substance illegally, in front of other minors, in

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