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Academics

Education That Leads to Success

At Milton Hershey School, we strongly believe every child deserves the best. That means the absolute best teachers, facilities, and academics—regardless of a family’s income. Every day we see exactly what our students can achieve when given the best opportunities in education.

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Milton Hershey School elementary student learns on her computer for academics

A Strong Beginning

From an early age, we help our students build a foundation to help them reach their full potential.

Two Milton Hershey School Senior Division students work on a project in their computer science classroom for academics.

High School and Beyond

Our high school program, called Senior Division, challenges students with rigorous academics. We also encourage hands-on learning through our Career and Technical Education program. It doesn’t stop there. We even help students move seamlessly from MHS to college or a career.

The Whole Child Approach

At MHS, we focus on much more than traditional academics in the classroom. Through the whole child philosophy, our education program helps shape every aspect of students’ lives—character, self-esteem, wellness, and more.

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Home Away from Home

Students learn life skills while living with classmates and houseparents in a family setting.

Milton Hershey School students learn character and leadership development.

Character and Leadership

The Compass Project helps students develop their values and become compassionate citizens.

Milton Hershey School students attend a multicultural and global education program trip to Iceland.

Globally Minded

Students view the world from a global perspective through classroom learning and travel opportunities.

Virtual Campus Tour

Navigate through our modern campus, getting a closer look at our cutting-edge facilities, inside classrooms and student homes, and all that MHS has to offer. You can begin by clicking on the icon below.

Milton Hershey School does not discriminate in admissions or other programs and services on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, ancestry, sex, religious creed or disability. Read important MHS policies on equal opportunity and diversity, equal employment opportunity, and more.