Five students were taken into custody after a reported riot injured six students at Tiyan High School Tuesday.
Two of the injured students were transported to the Guam Memorial Hospital.
Four students were treated on campus, the Guam Fire Department confirmed.
One female and one male were brought to GMH.
Investigators are working to get more details on the riot, but there was a fight prior to the second fight that escalated into a riot.
As school aides cleared one fight, three or four students would run to another area and get into another fight.
Police are trying to determine the cause of the riot and are working with Tiyan High School administrators to get more information on the fights.
Tiyan High students are being released early, according to the Guam Department of Education.
Parents of car riders are asked to begin picking up children at 12:45 p.m. Buses will also be transporting students home at 12:45 p.m.
Classes are scheduled to resume on Wednesday, September 18.