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Tag: Student Character and Leadership

Milton Hershey School Releases 2021-22 Annual Report

Milton Hershey School is proud to share the 2021-22 Brown and Gold Annual Report. This report showcases how the 2021-22 school year theme, Greater Together, energized our school community and...

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New Spartan Academy: Where Milton Hershey School Students Start

By Alyssa Hostetter, MHS Family Relations and New Student Transitions Counselor New beginnings can foster both excitement and fear—especially for children. Milton Hershey School is dedicated to ensuring that new...

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Milton Hershey School Supports New Students’ Success

Starting at a new school can be overwhelming, which is why Milton Hershey School works to help students make a successful transition. Through the Helping Our New Enrollees Succeed Together—H.O.N.E.S.T.—program,...

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Milton Hershey School Students Gear Up for the 2022 Fall Sports Seasons

As the air gets more crisp and school has officially started, Milton Hershey School fall athletes have hit the fields for the beginning of the 2022-23 fall sports seasons. Every...

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Milton Hershey School Students Use their Voices to End Racism

On Aug. 27, Milton Hershey School hosted VOiCE UP Berks and eight of their student ambassadors for a youth-centered forum with 20 MHS students. The program—supported by Lady Gaga’s Born...

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Milton Hershey School Student Earns Hair Braiding License Over the Summer

Milton Hershey School junior, Jael Ingram, spent her summer challenging herself to better her future. Instead of enjoying fun and relaxing activities, Jael participated in a six-week cosmetology program to...

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Wrestling is Not Just a Sport, But A Passion at Milton Hershey School

By William Olson, MHS Sophomore Enrolling at Milton Hershey School in sixth grade from Edinboro, Pennsylvania, I struggled to transition to my new environment. After about a year at MHS,...

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Milton Hershey School Students Give Back to the Community for Day of Service

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. once stated, “Life’s most persistent and urgent question is: ‘What are you doing for others?’” At Milton Hershey School, we use Dr. King’s words to...

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Milton Hershey School Class Reflections: The Gift I Needed

By Angel Perrett ’22, MHS Alumna As a first-grader, coming to Milton Hershey School was all I ever thought about. Using my imagination, I wore down my brown Crayola crayons...

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Milton Hershey School Students Find the Perfect Fit for Prom in Cinderella’s Closet

It’s no secret that dressing up for prom is a very special occasion for any student—especially at Milton Hershey School. For some students, as special as this moment might be,...

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