Student Charged With Hacking Into School`s Computer System, Changing Grades

Tribune

A 16-year-old New Jersey student has been charged with hacking into his school`s computer system and changing grades. The Orange County High School Sophomore has been charged with second degree computer theft for allegedly using a school staff member`s password to access the computer system and give himself, and other students, better grades. The student was arrested on Friday, and has since been released. The case will be held in family court.