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Lynn Scully ’81

Lynn Scully ’81 describes her experience at Milton Hershey School as life-changing. “[When] I was enrolled, my mother was trying to raise three daughters on minimum wage,” Lynn said. “She...

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Autumn Beattie ’16

After being named the 2015 Mid-Penn Player of the Year for field hockey, Autumn Beattie ’16 graduated from Milton Hershey School and moved on to the college level. She was...

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Garry Gilliam ’09

Garry Gilliam ’09 enrolled at Milton Hershey School when he was seven years old. His mother, Thelma Shifflet, knew it was the best decision she could make for her young...

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Mason Symons ’07

When Mason Symons ’07 enrolled at Milton Hershey School, he described himself as an “angry kid.” Thanks to wrestling, he quickly found his place on campus and learned what it...

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Jason Brown ’99

From a young age, Milton Hershey School was a place of opportunity for Jason Brown ’99 and his twin brother. MHS had fresh air, comfort, and sports teams — things...

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Aaron Nowlin ’12

When Aaron Nowlin ’12 came to Milton Hershey School in his freshman year, he didn’t know where he saw his future. It took the help of an MHS employee to...

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Gracie Martinez ’10

Gracie Martinez graduated from Milton Hershey School in 2010. Since then, her life has become all things rugby. When you ask her why she plays, Milton Hershey School is woven...

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2015 Alumnus of the Year: J. Anthony Graves, Ph.D., M.D. ’87

The late Dr. J. Anthony Graves passed away in 2019. We thank him for his contributions to pediatric cancer research. Below is his Alumnus of the Year story as written...

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Alex Dissinger ’09

Alex Dissinger ’09 wanted to attend the U.S. Naval Academy for as long as he can remember. He came to Milton Hershey School in the 10th grade from Lebanon, Pa....

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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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