Mbarara High School in western Uganda has reportedly sent home over 20 students for allegedly engaging in acts of homosexuality.
Three boys were allegedly caught on Sunday watching gay videos on their phones while hiding in the school dormitory.
They were beaten by their schoolmates and forced to confess others involved in the act.
Police was prompted to swing into action and save the boys from being lynched.
They were rushed to the hospital and later sent home while management studied the long list of those implicated in the vice.
On Tuesday, management decided to send more 20 students home for engaging in same sex relationships.
Last year in September, Ntare School was closed after students attempted to lynch their colleagues for allegedly practicing homosexuality.
The head teacher, Mr Jimmy Turyagyenda, said the students wanted to punish their colleagues for stealing uniforms and school sweaters denies gayism in the school.
However, students said it all started when two boys were caught engaging in unnatural sex in Creighton House.