Tools to Make an Informed Decision
Get the Info You Need
Having the tools to make an informed decision is critical. We provide many ways for you to learn about MHS and imagine how your child might fit. Read how we engage with prospective families. Or, connect with us right now now if you’re ready to get started.
Do You Qualify?
We know your time is valuable. Before starting the enrollment process, first review our minimum admissions qualifications. Make sure your child meets the minimum qualifications. We are here to answer admissions questions you may have.
Next, choose how you would like to connect with our staff. We offer three main ways for you to learn more.
Three Ways to Connect
Get the tools to make an informed decision.
Our website and printed materials can help answer many questions. To receive printed materials through the mail, complete a form online.
Throughout the year, Milton Hershey School hosts events for prospective families. These Family Events give families the chances to learn more about MHS. Families can speak with MHS admissions counselors over a meal and learn more about our top-notch programming. Families will also hear about our whole-child approach to education. Other key information will be provided during these very informative gatherings.
*Due to the coronavirus pandemic, MHS has suspended in-person Prospective Family Events. Instead, we encourage you to watch our Virtual Prospective Family Event presentation and be in touch with any questions.
*Due to the coronavirus pandemic, on-campus tours currently are not being offered.
Families are invited to schedule a campus visit during our Friday Tours. These events provide the chance to see our facilities and ask questions to tour guides. Contact our Admission Office via email or at 800-322-3248 to schedule your visit.
The Application Process
Submit an application to begin the official admission process. Congratulations! We cannot wait to move forward with your family’s MHS journey.
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.