Ramp Up to Readiness

Ramp-Up to Readiness™ is a school-wide guidance program designed to increase the number and diversity of students who graduate from high school with the knowledge, skills, and habits necessary for success in a high-quality secondary education program.  Through participation in Ramp-Up to Readiness™, students in grades 6-12 progress toward readiness in five areas: Academic, Admissions, Career, Financial, and Personal and Social Readiness. Each of these areas has definitive outcomes:

Academic Readiness
Outcome: The student has the knowledge and skills to do first-year, credit-bearing, college level work.
Admissions Readiness
Outcome: The student has completed all requirements for admission to the type of postsecondary education that is a match for their goals, interests and abilities.
Career Readiness
Outcome: The student understands how education increasingly determines income and opportunity in the global knowledge economy, and will know which types of jobs in the future
will need skilled workers, will pay enough to support a family and might be a good match for their interests and abilities.
Financial Readiness
Outcome: Students will be able to cover the cost for one term of study at a postsecondary institution through savings, loans, work-study, and financial aid.
Personal/Social Readiness
Outcome: The student knows how to set educational goals, make progress toward those goals, and create relationships with peers and adults that support the achievement of those goals.


Picture day is Thursday, Sept. 4, 2014.  
You can visit the website anytime to place
orders on-line at: mylifetouch.com   
The picture day ID is: MI294188Y0 (all 0 = zero)
 13-14 Student/Parent Handbook

Yearbook link coming soon

Graduated in 2009 and beyond
Graduated in 2008 or before