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Tag: Student Character and Leadership

Milton Hershey School Seniors Honored as April 2021 Rotary Students of the Month

Milton Hershey School seniors Kyleigh Groff and Chazz Joseph were recently selected as the April 2021 Rotary Students of the Month. They each received a certificate from the Rotary Club...

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MHS Virtually Observes Martin Luther King Jr. Day

As Milton Hershey School students continue virtual learning in student homes, the leadership and empowerment lessons from the great Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. were the guide for virtual classes...

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MHS Students Share Their 2021 New Year’s Resolutions

As Milton Hershey School embarks on a new year, we look forward to the positive new beginnings it will bring to our school and community. To celebrate, we asked some...

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Girls Grace Event Goes Virtual

The fifth annual Milton Hershey School Girls Grace event went virtual this year and still created a community empowering experience for 100 MHS Senior Division girls. In following the school’s...

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My Favorite Thing About MHS

Milton Hershey School nurtures and educates children in social and financial need to lead fulfilling and productive lives. MHS Middle Division students share their favorite thing about MHS and why...

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Advice to New MHS Students

On Monday, Oct. 26, Milton Hershey School welcomes 53 new students to campus for Fall Enrollment Day 2020. To welcome these new students, MHS interviewed four Middle Division students and...

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Student Home Prioritizes Safety and Communication During COVID-19

Houseparents at Milton Hershey School create structured, caring homes for children from lower-income families. Houseparent couples teach students life skills and help them build character inside and outside of the...

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MHS Mentorship in a Virtual World

At Milton Hershey School, mentorship is an element of the whole child approach for students from pre-kindergarten to senior year. The MHS Student Government Association’s Breaking the M.O.L.D. mentoring program...

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Daily Journal Project Helps Students Focus on Their Futures

Milton Hershey School houseparents Eric and Ashley Bennett have integrated this year’s Opening of School theme, Our Future in Focus, into their student home activities. They plan to use the...

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Grandparents Encourage Enrollment at MHS

By Haley Shurock, 10th grade I became a student at Milton Hershey School because of my grandparents, who are my guardians. My grandma heard about the school because she lived...

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