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Celebrating My Heritage through Performing at Milton Hershey School

By Sophia Lozada-Delzell, MHS Senior The first time that I tested my musical abilities was in seventh grade when I auditioned to be a cast member in Milton Hershey School’s...

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New Spartan Academy: Where Milton Hershey School Students Start

By Alyssa Hostetter, MHS Family Relations and New Student Transitions Counselor New beginnings can foster both excitement and fear—especially for children. Milton Hershey School is dedicated to ensuring that new...

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My Day 1: A Student at Milton Hershey School

By Avery Hullihen, MHS Senior My Day 1 at Milton Hershey School was August 1, 2009—13 years ago. I don’t remember exactly what transpired on that day—but I remember the...

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Milton Hershey School Student Finds His Future in a Coloring Book

By Andrew Hoppe, MHS Eighth-Grader When I get a coloring book, I typically start doodling and coloring in it right away. I lived by this same principle when my mother...

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Wrestling is Not Just a Sport, But A Passion at Milton Hershey School

By William Olson, MHS Sophomore Enrolling at Milton Hershey School in sixth grade from Edinboro, Pennsylvania, I struggled to transition to my new environment. After about a year at MHS,...

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A World of Opportunities at Milton Hershey School

By Cash Godwin, MHS Fifth-Grader Growing up in Middletown, New Jersey, opportunities to be challenged in the classroom were few and far between. I wanted to succeed and knew that...

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Milton Hershey School: A Pretty Neat Place to Be

By Braylen Campbell, MHS Fourth-Grader When I arrived at my Milton Hershey School student home on enrollment day, I couldn’t believe how big it was and that I would get...

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Milton Hershey School Class Reflections: The Gift I Needed

By Angel Perrett ’22, MHS Alumna As a first-grader, coming to Milton Hershey School was all I ever thought about. Using my imagination, I wore down my brown Crayola crayons...

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Milton Hershey School Lifer Shares the Skills and Relationships She’s Gained

Milton Hershey School has had more than 600 alumni enroll in either kindergarten or first grade—or sometimes even earlier. At MHS, these students earn the distinction of being a “lifer” once they...

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Milton Hershey School Lifer Will Miss the Family-Like Atmosphere

Milton Hershey School has had more than 600 alumni enroll in either kindergarten or first grade—or sometimes even earlier. At MHS, these students earn the distinction of being a “lifer” once they...

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