SACRAMENTO, Calif. (KTXL) — On Tuesday, a student stabbed another student in the hand with scissors, according to the Sacramento Police Department.

School administrators confirmed a “physical altercation causing an injury” occurred at Sacramento Charter High School.

According to police, officers arrived at the campus after receiving reports of an assault.

According to police, officers found that one student had stabbed another student with scissors in the hand.

In a statement shared with FOX40 News, St. Hope Public Schools shared that “All parties involved are now safe and the injury sustained was treated at school with bandages.”

Police told FOX40 News that the victim was taken to a local hospital for further treatment.

Police said the suspect was arrested by officers and booked for related charges.

St. Hope Public Schools’ statement said “Sac High does not tolerate or condone any form of violence. Safety is our utmost priority, and I’m grateful for the quick action of our team who stopped the incident. The student who committed the act is no longer in school and will face consequences in alignment with California Education Code.”