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Maintenance Staff Strives for Greatness in Coaching, Mentoring, and More

By Kiersta Jones, MHS Facilities Work Order Coordinator At the end of the day, I’m very proud to be working, coaching, and mentoring at Milton Hershey School because of the...

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Bridget Corry Morse ’82

Bridget Corry Morse ’82 is a self-proclaimed “running nerd.” It’s a journey that started when she was a student at Milton Hershey School but has been laced into the details...

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Begin Every Day with Two Words: Be Significant

By Dennis Moore, MHS Senior Division Science Teacher When I leave my house every morning, I think of two words—be significant. It’s my responsibility to be significant in the lives...

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Giving Back, Teaching at MHS

By Jason Moffitt, MHS Senior Division English Teacher I have a special connection to Milton Hershey School. My sister’s children are all MHS graduates. I always wanted to be a...

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CBS21 highlights Milton Hershey School teacher’s service in the classroom and military

Featuring Analyse Gaspich, Middle Division Teacher Harrisburg’s CBS affiliate, WHP-TV CBS 21, spotlights hardworking women in the Susquehanna Valley in their weekly Women at Work segment. The station recently aired...

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Milton Hershey School Teacher Recognized as Only Female to Graduate PA Army Officer Candidate School

Milton Hershey School Middle Division teacher and field hockey coach, Analyse Gaspich to graduate from U.S. Army Officer Candidate School (OCS). She spent 15 months training and is now a...

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Grandparents Encourage Enrollment at Milton Hershey School

By Haley Shurock, 10th grade I became a student at Milton Hershey School because of my grandparents, who are my guardians. My grandma heard about the school because she lived...

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Philadelphia Inquirer’s Upside Showcases Milton Hershey School Senior’s Cancer Research

The Philadelphia Inquirer’s Upside section featured MHS student and Philadelphia native Nathaniel Boyd, who’s excelled in the classroom, on the basketball court, and in the lab with cancer research. A...

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Brian Washington ’03

Brian Washington ’03 enrolled at Milton Hershey School from Harrisburg, Pennsylvania after his mother saw that MHS would challenge her son academically, emotionally, and in his career interests. During his...

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MHS Football Standout Announces College Choice

Clemente Ojinnaka, a senior defensive end at Milton Hershey School, has signed a letter of intent to attend and play football at Duquesne University. Ojinnaka finished the 2019 season with...

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