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Information For You

I’m a PARENT looking to Enroll my child.

My child will be in:

Elementary School (grades K-4)
 Middle School (grades 5-8)
High School (grades 9-12)

I’m a STUDENT looking to go to Milton Hershey School.

I’ll be in:

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High School (grades 9-12)

I (OR MY FAMILY MEMBER) just got accepted to Milton Hershey School

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I want to WORK at Milton Hershey School

As a Teacher
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I’m a STUDENT at Milton Hershey School.

I WORK at Milton Hershey School

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Financial and CES Information

Financing college, completing federal aid applications, and applying for scholarships can be simple, step-by-step processes if you have the right set of resources.

The following websites contain the data, forms, and information you need to pay for higher education. There are various federal, state and school aid programs in place to assist you with financing. You also will find a link to the MyCES site where you can access personalized information about your CES status.

Start with some of these resources:

  • MyCES: Milton Hershey School’s MyCES website gives CES recipients 24-hour access to personalized information concerning your CES status. To access MyCES, click “Success After MHS” on the left-hand navigation bar of our website.  Then, click the MyCES button in the upper left corner of the page. You can then log into the system by entering your Student ID and PIN. Your Student ID is your social security number. If you have forgotten your PIN or did not establish one yet, use either the “Forgot your PIN” or the “First Time User” links provided on the MyCES log-in page.
  • PHEAA: According to their website, PHEAA is a national provider of student financial aid services. The organization serves millions of students and thousands of schools through its loan guaranty, loan servicing, financial aid processing, outreach, and other student aid programs.
  • FAFSA: Administered by the U.S. Department of Education, this site is a user-friendly resource with publications, brochures and fact sheets to help you finance college. You can also set up an account to apply for federal aid. You must complete the FAFSA to qualify for federal aid programs, Pennsylvania state aid programs, and school aid programs.
  • FastWeb: This site is ideal for searching for scholarships. After registering, you can search a database of 1.3 million awards based on your individual qualifications and needs. You can also find information about job and internship programs.
  • FinAid: This is a comprehensive resource to help you pay for higher education. You’ll find information about different types of loans, scholarships, grants and military programs. It has online calculators to help you project college costs and decide how much to borrow.


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