In late February, the school was briefly placed on lockdown over "popping sounds" thought to be gunshots that were heard outside.
An active shooter at a Texas high school has prompted a lockdown and law enforcement are still on scene.
A shooting was reported Friday morning at a high school in Texas, where a witness said a gunman opened fire with a shotgun, prompting the district to initiate a "lockdown".
Galveston County Sheriff's Maj. It said it would send out more information as soon as it was available. Douglas Hudson told the Associated Press units are responding to reports of shots fired but could not give further details.
The student said she didn't get a good look at the shooter because she was running away.
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A student at the school told the station she had been sitting in art class this morning when someone entered with a gun and began firing. Life Flight has been called to the scene.
Authorities have not yet confirmed that report.
According to a law enforcement official, the Federal Bureau of Investigation is responding to offer assistance, CBS News senior investigative producer Pat Milton reports.
The report about the shooting came in just before 8 a.m. Friday from the school located about 30 miles southeast of Houston.
"We're now in protect mode as a precaution because of reports of a shooting at Santa Fe HS".