By Dorothy Tucker

(CBS) – Some students at Lake Zurich High School are accused of taking sexting to a whole new level.

One of the students created a Google Doc online that included several inappropriate images, CBS 2 has learned. The student was caught when someone shared the link and it included a school email address. Local police confirm they are investigating.

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“I think it’s terrible. You shouldn’t be just sending nude photos and sharing it in a Google Doc,” one student, who asked to remain anonymous, said Monday. She agreed to talk with Tucker with her mother’s permission.

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The student says there were at least 700 photos, which she described as “provocative,” with nudity. She wasn’t sure how many of her classmates were involved.

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Letters sent home to parents acknowledge the alleged sexting among students. School officials encouraged parents to talk with their children about the dangers of sharing inappropriate photographs.

Dorothy Tucker