The online transcripts of seniors at Gunn and Palo Alto high schools are in order, the Palo Alto school district announced Monday following an investigation of possible transcript fraud.
The investigation was launched last month after a Paly student was found to have gained online access to alter a transcript. The student did so by using a staff member's password, the district said.
In a subsequent investigation of all senior transcripts, "No evidence was found that other students were involved," the district said in a statement Monday.
"All transcript changes for the Class of 2014 at both high schools were reviewed and, with the exception of the individual in question, no other incidents of non-staff members making changes were found," the statement reads.
The transcript probe began around Feb. 20, when the district acknowledged that there had been an incident at Paly involving "an individual student gaining access to their own transcript and making changes."
The district said it took "appropriate action" in imposing consequences on the student, "including notification to the appropriate educational institutions."
"Steps have been taken to ensure that this problem does not repeat itself at Paly or at any other school in the district," the district said Monday.