Success Starts Here
As a parent or caregiver, you want what is best for the children in your life. Milton Hershey School offers an exceptional educational experience that develops critical thinking skills and allows children to explore their individual interests to the fullest—with all costs covered for qualifying families.
Learn more about our top-tier school and the one-of-a-kind opportunities we offer to help children become their greatest selves.
Virtual Open Houses
This is a great place to get started. These guided events help families see if MHS is the right fit. Join us at an upcoming webinar to learn more.
The most rewarding opportunities come through boldness, bravery, and trying something new. Take a close look at the criteria for admissions and the application process. It will help you decide if MHS is the right fit as you consider a change.
Tools to Help You Decide
Take the Next Step
If you think your child will thrive at MHS, we invite you to apply for admission. We enroll students year round.
Check out the answers to our most frequently asked questions.
Meet Our Admissions Counselors
MHS has a full team of admissions counselors. This group supports prospective students during the MHS admissions journey. They are assigned based on where a student lives.
Parent and Sponsor Resources
Even while your child is away at MHS, you will always stay connected. And we offer support resources to guide you both through the transition.
We’re happy to help you learn more about MHS and how your child can benefit from an education here.
Partnering to Change Lives
Professional referrals open doors for students that may otherwise be closed. If you are a school counselor or social services professional, learn how you can extend your impact by partnering with MHS. We offer a wealth of resources to help you help those most in need.
Inspired by Milton Hershey School
Catherine Hershey Schools for Early Learning is a subsidiary of Milton Hershey School. CHS provides a cost-free educational, social, and cognitive day program to children of lower income from birth to age 5. Its Early Childhood Resource Centers are located in Pennsylvania.
CHS was inspired by MHS and is operated independently of the MHS core model.