A Memorial High School sophomore is facing charges after allegedly sneaking into the school’s computer system to change grades, according to the district.
Spring Branch ISD police arrested the student on March 31 and afterward the wayward pupil was hit with breach of computer security, a state jail felony charge.
“Using a stolen password, the student gained access to the district’s information system and changed personal grades,” the district said in a statement.
“The student also allegedly offered to change grades for classmates for a fee.”
As of now, it looks like only one other student was involved in the grade-changing efforts, but the investigation is still ongoing.