BAINBRIDGE ISLAND, Wash. -- A Bainbridge Island High School teacher under investigation for having a sexual relationship with a student was arrested Thursday. Police say they began investigating 25-year-old Jessica M. Fuchs in February after getting a tip from the school district "regarding allegations of inappropriate conduct" between the chemistry teacher and one of her male students, according to Bainbridge Island police. Fuchs was put on administrative leave while detectives investigated the claims with help from the Washington State Patrol High Tech Crimes unit. The investigation gave police enough evidence to submit a probable cause statement to the Kitsap County Prosecutor's Office and a Kitsap Superior Court judge for review. The judge found probably cause to charge Fuchs with several crimes, and on Thursday police arrested the teacher and booked her into Kitsap County Jail. According to the school's website, Fuchs graduated from Bainbridge High School in 2007 and received a bachelors degree in chemistry from Metropolitan State University of Denver. "I am super excited to start teaching back at my old high school, give back to a community that taught me a great deal, and pass on my love of learning and science onto my students," Fuchs said on the website. Fuchs has been charged with felony first degree sexual misconduct with a minor, communication with a minor for immoral purposes, and felony tampering with a witness. Her bail was set at $100,000. Police do not believe there are any other victims. i think this is her a google search revealed a linkedin page. idk if she has facebook.