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This is My MHS Story

The voices of Milton Hershey School are all distinct, but each extraordinary in their own way. The “This is My MHS Blog” tells the stories of our extraordinary students, staff, houseparents, parents/sponsors, and graduates. Each contributor has their own story. Read on to learn what brought them to MHS, the impact it has had, and the impact they hope to impart on the lives of others.

Catherine Hershey: A Shortened Life Remembered (1872-1915)

March 25, 2015, marks the 100th anniversary of the death of Catherine Hershey. March is also Women’s History Month, a time to highlight the contributions of women to events in...

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The Power of One: The Making of a Champ

Champayne “Champ” Hess ’10 recognizes the importance of mentors and how influential one person can be in helping us achieve our goals. She just finished a storybook field hockey season...

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Tatiana: Alumni

On Aug. 1, 2009 at 13 years old, I started my journey at Milton Hershey School. My name is Tatiana and, this is my MHS story. I, unlike many of...

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