ATLANTA-- The Georgia High School Association will sanction Grady High School after an investigation uncovered falsified residency records.
In a statement released Tuesday, GHSA Executive Director Dr. Ralph Swearngin said their examination focused on determining if any eligibility rules had been violated. Under those rules, "students establishing eligibility as 9th graders are automatically eligible for the first semester". So, not all students named in the initial Atlanta Public Schools investigation violated GHSA rules. They found four students transferred to Grady High School without living in the attendance area. Because of those violations, Grady now faces the following sanctions: