The Long Island SAT cheating scandal arresting spree has finally come to an end, at least for now. The last two North Shore high school students surrendered to the Nassau County district attorney's office Monday morning, according to Newsday.

The DA's office has implicated 40 individuals in the cheating scandal. Several of the best high schools in the country have been involved in the scandal including Great Nick North High, North Shore Hebrew Academy and Roslyn.

The scandal broke wide open after Sam Eshahoff, a graduate of Great Neck North High School, was arrested in September for allegedly taking exams for 15 different students. The scandal has prompted a review of security procures by a state senate subcommittee, according to CBS News.