The two teens accused of killing their 17-year-old classmate went before a judge Thursday morning for a pretrial hearing.
Charles Southern, 17, and Connor Pridgen, 16, will both be tried as adults in the shooting death of Makia Coney.
No trial date has been set, but prosecutors said they are pushing for a trial sometime in the fall.
The teens are too young to receive the death penalty, but if convicted, could spend life in prison.
Southern and Pridgen will be back in court July 15 for another hearing.
Police said the University Christian students shot and killed Coney in February and left her body in a ditch off Powers Avenue.