RANCHO BERNARDO – Six Rancho Bernardo High School students have been suspended pending the completion of an investigation into a recently discovered cheating scandal that involved hacking into the computer system, school officials said Monday night.
Grades were changed and some tests were accessed, Poway Unified School District Superintendent Donald Phillips said.
The hacking appears to have been limited to Ranch Bernardo High grades and tests and does not extend districtwide, Principal Paul Robinson and Phillips said.
Police are aware of what's going on but are waiting for the district to finish investigating before moving forward, Robinson said.
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