Nearly two dozen Winston-Salem police officers showed up at Parkland High School on Tuesday afternoon in response to the fight on campus.
There were at least three charges of assault on a government official during the fight, police said.
One officer sustained a minor wrist injury, according to police, and was treated at Forsyth Medical Center. Police previously said three students were directly affected by pepper spray but did not need any medical help.
Police said on Wednesday that 16-year-olds Tamarrian Wagner, Randaya Wagner, Antony Noyola Morales, Ivory VanEaton and Jose Meza Navidad, as well as 17-year-old Juanita Truesdale were arrested for their roles in the incident.
Tamarrian Wagner faces one charge for affray and has a $1,000 bond.
Randaya Wagner faces charges for disorderly conduct and obstructing an officer. She has the same bond.
Morales was charged with obstructing an officer and has a $1,000 bond.
VanEaton was charged with one count for affray and has a $1,000 bond.
Navidad faces charges for disorderly conduct, obstructing an officer, two counts of assault on a government official and failure to disperse, with a $2,000 bond.
Truesdale has charges for disorderly conduct, obstructing an officer, felony malicious conduct by prisoner and a pending charge of assault on a government official. Her bond is set at $3,000.
Court dates are set for Jan. 17 with the exception of a Truesdale’s court date on the felony malicious conduct charge, which is set for Dec. 20.
In addition, two female students under the age of 16 are facing juvenile criminal charges, which are sought through juvenile petition.
The investigation could involve additional criminal charges.