HOUSTON, Texas (FOX 26) - A Memorial High School sophomore was arrested after allegedly using a stolen password to change personal grades in the district's information system, according to Spring Branch ISD.
The student was charged with breach of computer security. The district says the student also allegedly offered to change grades for other students for a fee.
Spring Branch ISD released this statement:
A Memorial High School sophomore student was arrested by SBISD Police on March 31, 2017, and was later charged 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 student also allegedly offered to change grades for classmates for a fee.
At this time, an ongoing investigation has found only one other underclassman paid the student to change his/her grades.