A Glendale, Arizona high school is on lockdown after 2 teenage girls were shot to death Friday morning.
Both girls sustained single gunshot wounds, according to police officer Tracey Breeden, who added "the weapon was found near them."
Police responded to 911 calls of a shooting at Independence high school just before 8 a.m.
Emergency responders arrived to find the 2 girls dead of single gunshot wounds.
There is no active shooter in the school, police confirm to ABC Affiliate ABC15.
Police did not confirm if the shootings were the result of a murder/suicide or a suicide pact between the 2 girls.
Breeden released a statement calling the shootings an "isolated incident" and reassured parents "your children are safe."
Parents were instructed to meet their children at a nearby Walmart.