Students at St Peter’s College are facing charges for allegedly filming and sharing sexually explicit material.
It's believed the footage was taken at a party after the annual Intercol footy match with PAC last month.
The State's most expensive school said in a statement that they're taking very firm action with the two boys involved and are cooperating with the police investigation.
“The school takes any allegations involving students very seriously,” the statement reads.
“St Peter’s College has high expectations of our students and the ways in which they behave — whether or not they are on school grounds.
“We have already and continue to take very firm action. We are supporting the police in their investigations and we may make further comments at an appropriate future date.”
Last year South Australia enacted laws to combat revenge porn and indecent or invasive imagery of anyone under the age of 17. Offenders could face two years jail or a $10,000 fine for the crime.
The alleged offenders will appear in Adelaide Youth Court.