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Not only that, but he's doing it to raise money for school.

Connor Good is a senior at Heritage High School, and he's also on the autism spectrum. H He wants to attend a program at Calvin College in Grand Rapids called Ready For Life, which helps young adults on the spectrum transition.

Of course, because money, the program costs a lot and isn't covered by student loans. The total cost is more than $24,000. So, Connor is raising money for it by climbing mountains. Literally.

Probably shouldn't be surprising that Connor was voted "most inspirational" by his peers.

So, he's going to climb Mount St. Helens in Oregon in June to raise money to attend the program.

His hike on the mountain happens on June 21st. You can help Connor raise money by clicking HERE.