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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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Joel Smith ’02

Joel Smith ’02 enrolled at Milton Hershey School from Sicklerville, New Jersey as a sixth-grader. With a single mother raising four children and going to college, Joel found MHS as...

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Milton Hershey School Middle Division Student Learns About Engineering and Physics through Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth

This summer, MHS seventh-grader Christian Schofield attended the Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth at Muhlenberg College in Allentown, Pennsylvania where he grew his passion and skillset in the area...

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Envisioning Great Things for Our Grandchildren

By Michael and Roberta, grandparents and sponsors for Dominic, Gregory, and Shania We enrolled three of our grandchildren, Shania, Gregory, and Dominic at Milton Hershey School for several reasons.  After...

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Troy Scott ’03

Growing up in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, Troy Scott ’03 recognized there were not many opportunities for him to excel. He enrolled at Milton Hershey School in fourth grade at the age...

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Elizabeth Cabrera ’14

Elizabeth Cabrera was in eighth grade when her family made the life-changing decision to enroll her at Milton Hershey School. Originally from State College, Pennsylvania, Elizabeth grew up in difficult...

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Josi Daugherty ’17

From an early age, Josi Daugherty ’17 had big dreams. Growing up just outside of Clearfield County, her guidance counselor told her family about Milton Hershey School when she was...

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10 High School Students Shared Their Intentions for 2019

The Power of New Year Intentions, Not Resolutions This year, instead of focusing on New Year’s resolutions, the Milton Hershey School community is setting intentions for the year. Inspired by...

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An Everlasting Community

By Ethan, an MHS senior Beginning a new year isn’t always easy, but the goals you set for yourself can help you start the new year strong. Before I came...

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The Gift of the Game

By Tony Sedun, an MHS Middle Division English Teacher “White or black?” I say with a smile. The student states his preference and we begin setting up the board. Green...

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