Showing Spartan Pride through Lifelong Resilience
When Mason enrolled at Milton Hershey School, he learned what it meant to be an MHS Spartan by joining the wrestling team. Two years after his 2007 graduation, Mason had a motorcycle accident that put him on a different journey. No matter what challenges he has faced throughout his life, the lessons he learned at MHS have shaped his character and his ability to adapt. Mason is a true representation of what it means to be a Spartan. Read his success story.
How Schools Can Help Break the Cycle of Poverty: A Whole Child Approach
More than 16 million children in the United States—nearly one out of four—live below the federal poverty level with their families earning less than $23,550 annually. These low-income households face many challenges, from lacking economic resources, to little or no access to health and wellness care. Read the white paper, “How Schools Can Help Break the Cycle of Poverty: A Whole Child Approach” to gain valuable insight into the specific challenges children from poverty face.
Empowering Students through Multicultural and Global Education
With four types of international trips available, the Multicultural and Global Education program provides high school students with opportunities to gain worldly experience through international service. By learning about different cultures and traveling outside the U.S., students build strong character and global awareness. Learn more about the program.
Helping Students Develop Goals and Envision a Future Workplace
At MHS, students have the power to build an exceptional life through a top-notch education. Thanks to internships, a renowned Career and Technical Education program, and other hands-on learning opportunities, students begin to envision what a future workplace might look like. In our Student Voices blog series, an MHS senior shares her dreams for the future and the impact she hopes to create.
Continuing the Tradition of an Extensive Recreation Program
When Milton Hershey founded the school, he stated that students should have proper exercise and recreation. Over the years, MHS has developed and enhanced a recreation program with activities centered around the mind, body and spirit. Read the blog post to see how our recreation program has developed over the years.
Providing Professional Workplace Experience through Internships
As part of the Career and Technical Education Program at MHS, students choose from 11 career pathways to prepare for college and the workplace. Rising seniors have the opportunity to complete internships at local businesses to solidify their career goals and gain professional skills. See some of the exciting work MHS interns completed this summer.
Milton Hershey School Releases Annual Report
Milton Hershey School is pleased to present its 2015 annual report of our students success. Sections include current information about the school including enrollment figures, academic growth and alumni achievements.