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A Lasting Tribute: Founders Hall Celebrates 50 Years

Fifty years ago, Milton Hershey School dedicated an iconic building on campus, Founders Hall, in honor of Milton Hershey’s 113th birthday. The building was a part of a bigger plan...

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ABC27 highlights Milton Hershey School Founders Hall’s 50th Anniversary

Featuring Susan Alger, School History Coordinator Television station, ABC27, celebrated the 50th anniversary of Founders Hall with a segment marking the milestone. The iconic building on the Milton Hershey School...

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MHS Community Begins Founders Week with an All-School Assembly

To kick off a very special anniversary Founders Week celebration, the Milton Hershey School community gathered to honor the generosity of Milton and Catherine Hershey and the establishment of the...

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The Evolution of Technology at MHS

When creating The Hershey Industrial School, now Milton Hershey School, Mr. Hershey felt strongly that the students should learn by doing. Along with technical and practical instruction, throughout history, technology...

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The History of Founders Hall: A Tradition of Excellence

Milton Hershey dedicated his fortune to help low income children reach their full potential. He made sure that all students had everything they needed to have a successful start in...

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Top 7 Pieces of Historic Architecture and Landscaping on MHS Campus

“There is not a person alive who should not plant a tree – not for the shade that you’ll enjoy, but for those who are coming after.” –Milton Hershey To...

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