New drug testing rules will be going in to effect this year at a Michigan High School. According to the principal they're taking a five-prong approach to battling drugs.

Starting this year Galesburg-Augusta High School will  randomly drug test students involved with sports or other extra curricular activities, as well as students who request a parking pass.

The school already brings in experts to talk to students and that will continue this year. They also bring in drug dogs for random sweeps.

The principal says these policies came about after a number of students and parents expressed concerns about drugs in the school.