ATLANTA (AP) Atlanta Schools Superintendent Erroll Davis says an investigation of football recruiting at Grady High School has uncovered ``conclusive evidence'' of address fraud and players fraudulently enrolled will have to leave the school.
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports David says parents who falsified documents will have to pay up to $10,000 to reimburse Atlanta Public Schools for tuition costs.
The investigation continues and head football coach Ronnie Millen Sr. has been transferred. The team finished the season 8-3, losing in the first round of the playoffs.
Atlanta Public Schools launched an investigation after receiving an anonymous complaint about fraudulent addresses on Nov. 7.