HIGH school students continue to remain in the spotlight despite police and government efforts to put a stop to rivalry that turned violent in recent days.
The latest flare-up occurred on Tuesday between students of Cathedral Secondary and Nabua Secondary schools.
It allegedly involved three students from Nabua Secondary and one from Cathedral Secondary.
Police spokeswoman Ana Naisoro said the Cathedral student told police officers at the Market Police Post about the incident but did not lodge an official report.
Ms Naisoro said the development had prompted police to issue another warning to students against taking the law into their own hands.
Senior police officers were sent to the two schools yesterday to speak to the students. This as a Marist Brothers' High School student appeared in court for his alleged involvement in a brawl with Suva Grammar students.