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Continuing Education Scholarship

Milton Hershey School aims to cover the majority, if not all, of its graduates’ postsecondary education expenses. Each Senior Division student has the opportunity to accrue a school-funded Continuing Education Scholarship totaling up to $95,000—and equating to a full ride for many.

Sophia Fucci ’17

In elementary school, Sophia Fucci wanted to play soccer—more than anything. But, her family did not have the means to support her sports goals in McKinney, Texas. At the age...

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Outcomes Beyond Compare: Milton Hershey School Gives Low-Income Kids Access to College and Supports Their Success

Milton Hershey School education experts recognize that every student’s path to greatness is different. This is especially true for low-income children with complicated life situations and stressors. For more than...

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Ladayah Robinson ’18

At a young age, Ladayah Robinson and her three siblings from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, were adopted by their grandparents. “My grandparents tried their best to be everything that we needed them...

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Lanae Dancy ’18

As a child in foster care, Lanae Dancy enrolled at Milton Hershey School in first grade to ensure she received a top-notch education. Lanae started to succeed at MHS through...

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Hannah Monette ’16

As a struggling seventh-grader, Hannah Monette was searching for something more. One day, at a doctor’s appointment, she started talking to a Milton Hershey School parent/sponsor about the opportunities that...

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Nicky Ren ’17

As a sixth-grader, Nicky Ren from Staten Island, New York, enrolled at Milton Hershey School with the support of his parents who wanted him to lead a better life. Between...

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Milton Hershey School Hosts Virtual College Fair and Career Expo

Featuring Tanya Baynham, VP of Graduate Programs for Success (GPS) Division To prepare students for success after graduation, Milton Hershey School held a virtual College Fair and Career Expo on...

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Leila Asemani ’16

Leila Asemani ’16 enrolled at Milton Hershey School in 2006 after a domestic violence tragedy in her family. A third-grader at the time, Leila and her two older brothers came...

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Starting My Next Chapter

By Tatiana ’15 Since my last blog, I received some BIG news that I had been waiting to hear for what felt like an eternity. I was accepted to the...

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