Two people were arrested and the campus of Skyline High School in Oakland was locked down following a shooting that took place Tuesday morning.

According to Oakland Police Department spokesperson Capt. Jake Bassett, officers received a call of shots fired near the campus in the Oakland Hills around 11:30 a.m.

The school was placed on lockdown in response. OPD officers, along with officers from the California Highway Patrol and Alameda County sheriff's deputies, searched the campus.  During the search, authorities detained four people, two of whom were placed under arrest.

"Officers conducted a methodical search of the campus, and thankfully there were no reported injuries," Bassett said in a press conference Monday. 

According to Bassett, the shooting took place on campus. Evidence of the shooting was recovered, including a handgun. 

Police did not elaborate further about the arrests or where on the campus the shooting took place. Students barricaded themselves in classrooms for about two and a half hours. "I did not expect to be in a school shooting. It's my first week back... this is really crazy," a student told KPIX.

Meanwhile, parents gathered outside the school as they waited for information about their children. "They need to figure it out and fix it," said Malana Weems. "If they are going to make us parents make our children go to school, they need to make it safe for us to feel comfortable for our kids to do that every day."

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