The students also accused the administration of failing to buy a pickup truck yet they have been contributing Shs 50,000 each term since 2013.
This forced the school board of governors to convene a crisis meeting, which resolved to suspend 500 male students to pave way for investigations.
Following investigations, the school administration, has resolved to expel 49 students.
Stephen Mugume, the head teacher Kigezi High School, said all the eleven students who were arrested for masterminding the strike are among those expelled.
Rev. Canon Obed Rugyendo, the chairperson board of governors Kigezi High School, said the remaining students who were suspended will report back to school on Tuesday next week with a fine of Shillings 100,000 for the repair of the damaged school property.
Steven Turinawe, a parent at the school faults the administration for tolerating indiscipline instead of enforcing stringent rules to govern students.
Robert Mbabazi, another parent accuses the administration of failing to stop alcoholism in the school.
He also wonders why the school administration has failed to account for the money contributed by parents for the school pick-up.
Mathias Akeeka, the Principal Education Officer, Kabale municipality, also faulted the school administration for relaxing on impromptu inspections that would help check on indiscipline.