A local high school student is accused of hacking a school's computer system and changing grades. 

According to Spring Branch Independent School District, a sophomore at Memorial High School was arrested on March 31 and faces a state jail felony charge for breach of computer security. 

The district said a stolen password was used to access the system and change grades. The student allegedly offered to change grades for classmates at a fee. 

The investigation is ongoing. At this time, only one other student was found to have paid the fee for a grade change.