Athens Drive Students Suspended For Allegedly Hacking Into School's Computer System
Posted April 4, 2003
RALEIGH, N.C. — A high school prank proved to be no laughing matter.
Two students at Athens Drive High school have been suspended for allegedly hacking into the school's computer system and changing the grades of about 20 students.
The state Bureau of Investigation is considering possible criminal charges against the students.
Report cards for all 1,800 students were delayed for a week while school officials checked the grades.