Washington County Sheriff's Office deputies were called to the school earlier this week when a teacher discovered a significant amount of vandalism had been done to the school. Further investigation showed that a laptop computer, a digital video camera and a small amount of cash had been taken from the school as well.
During the burglary, the juveniles caused nearly $4,000 in damage to the school, authorities said.
Deputies charged the four juveniles after they were identified on school surveillance cameras.
The laptop computer and camera, valued at a total of $1,600, were recovered from the home of one of the youths.
The four juveniles were being held in the Johnson City Juvenile Detention Center, each on $5,000 bond.
All are scheduled to appear in juvenile court on Monday.