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Milton Hershey School Senior Encourages Students to Get Involved and Become Greater Together

By Rachel Amanor, Milton Hershey School senior

One of the main regrets of Milton Hershey School graduates is that they did not become more involved in the MHS community while they were students. As a senior in the Class of 2022, I realize that we will never have this experience again and I want to make the most of it.

As our community becomes greater together, we should all come together to wear masks, continue to practice healthy habits, and focus on our school culture.

Milton Hershey School senior Rachel Amanor shares advice to be Greater Together

By joining clubs such as LGBTQ and cultural diversity, we are making steps towards bettering our community and continuing our school’s Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion framework. There are also many student activities offered at MHS including athletics, Visual and Performing Arts program, student government, Agricultural and Environmental Education (AEE) clubs, and more.

It is not too late for underclassmen to learn more about themselves or each other through trying something new this school year. And, to the Class of 2022, we are almost there! All the laughs and tears are not in vain. We have waited for this moment our entire lives.

The community events and memories we make this year will live with us forever. Let’s make the most of our last year at MHS and graduate with no regrets. It is our time to shine!

We are Greater Together at MHS

Milton Hershey School is all about community. From students and staff to alumni and community partnerships, the mission of the school’s founders continues to thrive today.

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