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Teaching Confidence and Empathy Through Educational Travel

Featuring Andrew Miller, Social Studies Curriculum Supervisor and International Learning Experiences Coordinator Education First’s has highlighted Milton Hershey School’s Multicultural and Global Education program in its We Are EF blog....

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MHS Senior Gives Advice to Freshmen

By Lussevikueno (Picose) Gomes, 12th grade Dear freshmen class, It is hard to believe that in the next four years you will graduate from Milton Hershey School. Before you get...

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Seize the Opportunities—It Is Our Time

By Brianna Ferguson ’20 In life, particularly at Milton Hershey School, we are given opportunities. We must be willing to seize these opportunities, despite the risks. As a junior in...

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A Letter to Our Community

We are greatly pained by the recent events across our nation. They prove more than ever that a divide exists throughout the country and must be addressed by real action,...

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Milton Hershey School Students Honored as January Rotary Students of the Month

Milton Hershey School seniors Mariah Weisenmiller and Daniel Himes recently were selected as the January 2020 Rotary Students of the Month. They each will receive a certificate from the Rotary,...

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Milton Hershey School Students Explore Panama on International STEM Trip

While some students study the Panama Canal and see the pictures in textbooks, 27 Milton Hershey School students had the opportunity of a lifetime-exploring it for themselves during a recent...

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MHS Students Honored as October Rotary Students of the Month

Milton Hershey School seniors Portia Cruz and Michael Shorlo were recently selected as the October 2019 Rotary Students of the Month. They will each receive a certificate from the Rotary,...

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MHS Math Teacher Sets Wellness Example with International Bike Trips

Some may know Sharon Henry as a high school math teacher. Most notice the jewelry she makes and wears from recycled bicycle parts and also know her as Milton Hershey...

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Milton Hershey School Social Studies Teacher Learns about World War I in France

Megan Kopp, a high school social studies teacher at Milton Hershey School, recently returned from a trip to France where she enhanced her knowledge about World War I and its...

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Milton Hershey School Students Attend Global Leadership Summit

A group of 23 rising Milton Hershey School sophomores and juniors recently returned from a 10-day Multicultural and Global Education awareness trip to Switzerland and Austria, where they attended Education...

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