Ruavatu Secondary School in North East Guadalcanal resumes academic classes next Monday after the long year-end break.
The school has been forced to close its academic classes early last year after villagers attacked and sexually assault one female student.
Guadalcanal Province Chief Education Officer Meshach Suia then announced the school’s closure waiting for further decision from the Education Board.
School Principal Joseph Mane told SIBC News this afternoon, the school will commence its 2015 academic classes next week after all situations have been solved with the communities.
Mr Mane said all except for forms four and six will resume classes next Monday.
He adds all students should be in school by this weekend.