MIAMI (AP) — Police are responding in force at a Miami high school where a big fight broke out. Video from television news helicopters showed more than a dozen students being hauled away in handcuffs.

Fire rescue officials say three police officers and a student have minor injuries.

Miami police spokeswoman Martha Carbana says the department received a call before noon Friday about the disturbance at the Miami Edison Senior High School.

It's not clear what triggered the fight, but school officials say classes have returned to normal.

Miami Edison recently celebrated its move from a designation of an "F" or failing school to "D." Last year, only 10 percent of students met reading standards. Less than a third met state math standards.