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Milton Hershey School Seniors’ Breakthrough is Coming  

By Pastor Will Ogle, MHS Director of Religious Programs   As we kick off the last week of school reflecting on the journey of Milton Hershey School’s Class of 2024, I...

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Milton Hershey School Houseparents are Professional Difference Makers

By Julie M. Reese, MHS Houseparent My husband, Gregory, and I believe wholeheartedly that we are difference-makers. Through our careers, we impact the lives of children at Milton Hershey School...

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Milton Hershey School Compass Project Guides Moral Development

By Ododo Walsh ’98, Senior Director of Home Life Services In today’s rapidly changing world, academic excellence alone is not enough to prepare students for success. Students must develop several...

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Founders Hall Auditorium: A Chapel, Performing Space, and So Much More

By Pastor William Ogle, MHS Director of Religious Programs I can remember the first time I walked into the Founders Hall Auditorium. In the fall of 2011, my wife and...

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Caribbean Couple Finds Calling as Milton Hershey School Houseparents

Featuring David and Beverly-Ann Fraser, MHS Houseparents “Over 22 years ago, we migrated from the Caribbean to be a part of a church family in Brooklyn, New York, and became...

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Milton Hershey School Builds on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Framework in 2021-22

Featuring Fonati Abrokwa ’01, MHS Special Assistant to the President for Diversity and Inclusion Last school year, aligned with our founders’ intent for inclusivity, Milton Hershey School (MHS) developed a...

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The Importance of Tradition at Milton Hershey School

Milton Hershey School was created as a place of tradition for low-income children. Before Founders Hall was built in 1970, the MHS family gathered in the Hershey Theatre for chapel...

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