The new school year started in the country on Wednesday with the ringing of the school bell in Amani High School in Kabul.
But girls above sixth grade have not been allowed back to school in the new academic year.
They added that they didn't expect the doors to be closed to them again this year.
"It has been two years that we are deprived of school, we hope that schools become open for us," said Zainab, a student.
"With the beginning of the new academic year, again we are disappointed and ask to open our schools," said Sadaf a student.
Some citizens of the country called on the government to end the restrictions on girls' education.
"It's our demand and also the international communities demand to provide education for girls," said Ayobdad, a Khost resident.
Women's rights activists said that Islamic Emirate has not fulfilled its promise to open schools for girls.
University lecturers said that depriving girls of education will cause challenges.
"In the 21st century, there are no countries other than Afghanistan where girls are deprived of education," said Mustafa Mudacer, a lecturer.
The Islamic Emirate emphasized that they are not against women's education.