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Day 1 … Day WON

From Day 1, MHS provides students with opportunities and experiences to achieve success and win the day, marking Day WON. Learn more about the Opening of School theme.

Milton Hershey School Students Spread Kindness at Conference

This month, Milton Hershey School students emphasized the importance of using kind, gentle words during life’s frustrating moments at the school’s first-ever Kindness Conference. The school’s Student Engagement Team (SET)...

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Milton Hershey School Middle Schoolers Prepare for Their Day WON

Since returning from Christmas Break, Milton Hershey School’s eighth grade students have been reflecting on their goals for the second half of the school year. From finding new daily habits,...

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New Spartan Academy: Where Milton Hershey School Students Start

By Alyssa Hostetter, MHS Family Relations and New Student Transitions Counselor New beginnings can foster both excitement and fear—especially for children. Milton Hershey School is dedicated to ensuring that new...

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My Day 1: A Student at Milton Hershey School

By Avery Hullihen, MHS Senior My Day 1 at Milton Hershey School was August 1, 2009—13 years ago. I don’t remember exactly what transpired on that day—but I remember the...

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My Day 1: Teaching at Milton Hershey School

By Dave Bruce, MHS Middle Division Teacher When I think back to my first year teaching at Milton Hershey School, I have so many memories. But when I think back...

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Day 1 at Milton Hershey School

By Lisa Scullin, MHS Vice President of Communications I remember my first day working at Milton Hershey School. It was April 2, 2012. The job was media relations manager, and...

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Milton Hershey School Kicks Off Day 1 of the 2022-23 School Year

On Monday, Aug. 15, the Milton Hershey School community gathered in Giant Center to celebrate the start of the 2022-23 school year with an Opening of School Assembly. The assembly,...

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