The Post reported the student and her guardians met with school officials Monday before releasing the statement.
WRC reported that the girl said she cut her own hair, but she, her family and attorney maintain she was bullied.
The student appeared on multiple local TV stations recounting her story last week. At the time, officials told WRC that officers with the Fairfax County Police Department were investigating the incident.
"We can now confirm that the student who accused three of her classmates of assault has acknowledged that the allegations were false. We're grateful to the Fairfax County Police Department for their diligent work to investigate these allegations," Principal Stephen Danish wrote in a statement emailed to parents and the community, The Post reported. "While we are relieved to hear the truth and bring the events of the past few days to a close, we also feel tremendous pain for the victims and the hurt on both sides of this conflict. We recognize that we now enter what will be a long season of healing."
The girl and her guardians did not respond to The Post's requests for additional comment.
Immanuel Christian is a private school teaching students in kindergarten through 10th grade. Tuition is $11,500, The Post reported. According to school officials, about 11% of the student population is African-American and fewer than half of the 469 students are people of color.