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CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Officials are investigating after a group of students were caught on tape apparently attacking a female administrator at Harding University High School, according to WSOC.

The video posted to Facebook shows boys and girls hitting the woman until a school resource officer broke it up. Students said this is not how they want their school to be portrayed.

“It’s just crazy,” senior Raquon Carr said. “Teacher nor student should be in this type of predicament but at the same, it’s making our school look bad.”

This is the second incident at the high school that has been reported this week. Police said two students were charged Tuesday for assaulting another student.

Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools officials and Charlotte-Mecklenburg police are investigating the incident recorded in the video. No one has been charged.