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From Luck to Love: Together, We Can Rise

By Tony Sedun, an MHS Middle Division Teacher “Change comes hard in America, but it comes constantly.” These words were written by the American novelist and journalist Anna Quindlen in...

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Online Learning Tips for Teachers and Parents

The COVID-19 pandemic has created a new set of norms that now guide daily life. For children, parents, and educators in Pennsylvania and across the country, this new normal has...

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Author Shares His Own Story of Overcoming Poverty with MHS Students

Despite a challenging upbringing filled with racism, abuse, and neglect, JT McCormick has used every circumstance in his life to be a better man and leader. He broke the cycle...

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Reading Programs for All Grade Levels Emphasize Importance of 21st Century Literacy Skills

Milton Hershey School students have access to reading programs to improve literacy skills. During National Literacy Month and throughout the year, Milton Hershey School emphasizes the importance literacy plays in...

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Samantha Doucoure ’07

Samantha Doucoure ‘07 enrolled at Milton Hershey School when she was 12 years old from Sunbury, Pennsylvania. She followed in the footsteps of her older brother who enrolled a few...

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Aimee Charles ’06

When Aimee Charles ’06 looks back on the day she enrolled at Milton Hershey School as a freshman, she remembers the bustle and excitement in Founders Hall. She was eager...

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Rosemary Savage ’08

When Rosemary Savage ’08 enrolled at Milton Hershey School, she was an ambitious high schooler who had a clear focus on her academics. She also dreamt of becoming a family...

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Tim Quade ’86

Tim Quade ’86 summarizes his experience at Milton Hershey School in one word: family. “Milton Hershey School was a true Godsend for me,” Tim said. “My mother was on welfare,...

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Tieya Greene ’03

When she was in fourth grade, Tieya Greene ’03 began her journey at Milton Hershey School. Raised by a single mother in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, Tieya says enrolling at MHS was...

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