Four students were stabbed and one adult arrested after a fight at Hoover High School Monday afternoon, San Diego Unified School District (SDUSD) Information Services Specialist Jennifer Rodriguez confirmed.
The fight between seven to eight students drew more than 60 spectators to an area off campus, near the 4200 block of Chamoune Avenue, in San Diego's Talmadge neighborhood, according to Rodriguez.
San Diego police responded to the scene to assist SDUSD police with the fight.
Four SDUSD students suffered stab wounds as a result of the fight, district officials said. They were taken to a local hospital.
Two victims were 15 years old, two were 16 years old, Rodriguez said.
Three of the students attend Crawford High School during the regular school year and one attends Hoover High, Rodriguez said. All four students were at Hoover for summer school.
A 20-year-old man who is not a student was arrested in connection with the fight, Rodriguez said. He has not been identified.
SDUSD police and SDPD officers are investigating the incident.
No further information is available.