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MHS Houseparents

Houseparents at Milton Hershey School significantly impact the lives of our students. Because houseparents work so closely with students, houseparents are important role models, teaching students life lessons and core values. Read the blogs of our houseparents and hear directly from the caring couples who continue to support and nurture our students to learn, grow and achieve to lead successful lives at MHS and beyond.

Click on the photos below to read blogs from various houseparents: 

  • Clare Ogle's Houseparenting Blog
    Clare Ogle's Houseparenting Blog
    Clare writes about everything from engaging students in conversation, learning how to be grateful, running marathons, and making milkshakes! Learn more about life at student home Ridgeview with Clare and her husband Will.
  • Erik Niel's Houseparenting Blog
    Erik Niel's Houseparenting Blog
    Erik shares what life is life for him and his wife Jacqui as they serve as houseparents for an energetic group of elementary girls. Read his blog!
  • Tanya Alfonso's Houseparent Training Blog
    Tanya Alfonso's Houseparent Training Blog
    As a houseparent trainer, Tanya is involved with multiple programs on campus and enjoys all the opportunities available to her at MHS. See what her daily life is like!
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