CHARLOTTE, N.C. (QUEEN CITY NEWS) — Two people were detained outside of Harding University High School Monday morning after a fight involving several students, officials said.
The fight happened on campus at the beginning of 2nd period, Principal Jane Sutton said in a message to parents.
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police officers responded to the school and broke up the fight.
According to CMPD, Medic treated the people involved for minor injuries at the school. No one was taken to the hospital.
“This behavior is disruptive and a violation of the CMS Code of Student Conduct and students involved in the incident will be disciplined accordingly,” Principal Sutton said.
A Queen City News photojournalist on the scene heard school administrators make an announcement that the campus was on lockdown and witnessed CMPD officers detaining two people in handcuffs outside of the school.