"I hope you all have fun in hell, because I'm going to drag you down with me, to the darkest depths, where I'll be for my crimes against criminals and fights against fake people, those mocking angels."

NAVARRE — A Navarre High School student's angry rant on social media targeting classmates sparked concern Monday and caused the student to be suspended.

The post was published over the weekend through the student's private Instagram account, according to Jason Weeks, director of high schools for the Santa Rosa County School District.

The student's post addressed certain classmates by name, including acquaintances, and others by cliques (such as athletes, who were called "jocks"). The post claimed the author is the running joke, a toy, shunned and hated.

The student ended the post by stating, "I hope you all have fun in hell, because I'm going to drag you down with me, to the darkest depths, where I'll be for my crimes against criminals and fights against fake people, those mocking angels."

Weeks said administrators at Navarre were made aware of the post by the Santa Rosa County Sheriff's Office on Sunday and that Principal Brian Noack "handled the situation and students were safe."

Noak said students whose parents decided to keep them home Monday because of the post received an excused absence. Noak said five to 10 students opted to stay home because of the incident.

Weeks said the school made a threat assessment Monday and will determine the appropriate action within the next 10 days. The threat assessment is not linked to disciplinary actions.

The student and his father met with Noak at Navarre High School before school Monday prior to the student being suspended.