This report has been updated Aug. 18 with the condition of the students.
James Lick High School in San Jose was on lockdown this afternoon after a stabbing that injured two students, police said.
The stabbing was reported around 11:25am at the school on North White Road. The suspect or suspects fled prior to officers arriving, and the two students stabbed were taken to a hospital, according to San Jose police.
One juvenile was treated for non life-threatening injuries. The second juvenile suffered life-threatening injuries but has been stabilized, police reported Aug. 18. They were not identified
Police said as of shortly after noon that the school was on lockdown and people should avoid the area while the investigation is underway.