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Bemidji High School juniors Allen Hubert, right, and Isaac Klinke work on computers as they completed an assessment as part of the Ramp-up for Readiness program, a new initiative implemented this fall at BHS to help all students develop and prepare for their post-secondary plans. Monte Draper | Bemidji Pioneer

Ready to ‘Ramp up’ at BHS: Program looks to help high school students prepare for life after graduation

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BEMIDJI — A new program at Bemidji High School aims to prepare students for life after high school.

BHS joins 69 other Minnesota schools in Ramp-up to Readiness, a guidance program designed to get students thinking early about college and the steps they need to accomplish to achieve their goals.

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