The school board approved the new policy earlier this week.
For District Administrator Mike Richie, this is a way to stay proactive, helping both parents and students avoid drug addiction.
The school is responsible for the cost of each test, which totals $30 apiece.
The policy will be in place for high schoolers for the 2016-2017 school year. Beginning in 2017, the policy will include middle school students starting in 7th grade. If a student tests positive, only his or her parents will be notified, not law enforcement. That policy aims to ensure that the school and the family can work together to prevent students from using drugs.
"We want to get the word out that there is a problem in society," said Richie. "If we can be part of the solution, I give our school board and our district a lot of credit for taking that step and moving forward. Not many districts would do this."