Parents of students at an Islamic college in Adelaide which is embroiled in controversy following the sacking of key staff say they have been shut out of a meeting with the school's board.

The Islamic College of South Australia at Croydon has been accused of undermining education by continually firing principals and teachers, or forcing them to resign.

Students have spoken of cultural changes at the school with some reporting bans on girls and boys sharing corridors.

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