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Tag: Student Character and Leadership

JD Sacharok ’08

JD Sacharok ’08 enrolled at Milton Hershey School when he was 7  years old. Eleven years later, Sacharok graduated with a solid understanding of how to persevere through challenges and...

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10 Lessons that Shaped my MHS Legacy

By Abby, a senior at MHS I don’t know how many times I’ve heard the saying “hindsight is 20/20,” but I never fully understood it until now. I am days...

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Joshua Arledge ’15

From a young age, Joshua Arledge ’15 dreamed of a different life. Growing up in rural South Carolina with 10 brothers and sisters in a four-bedroom trailer, Joshua always hoped...

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Students Create Iconic Lego Display of Milton Hershey

Over the last several months, around 100 Elementary Division students created a very unique interpretation of an iconic MHS image…using legos! Students worked on the Milton Hershey lego mural project...

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Milton Hershey School Congratulates Lt. Col. Charles Seidel ’87 for his Distinguished Military Career

Milton Hershey School congratulates Lt. Col. Charles Seidel ’87 of Oxon Hill, Md., who retired June 1, from the United States Air Force after a 27-year distinguished military career. “Lt....

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2015 Academic Alumni Achievement Award: Sultana Karim ’08

Sultana Karim ’08 received the 2015 Milton Hershey School Academic Alumni Achievement Award. A graduate of Lock Haven University, she received several scholarships for her demonstrated leadership, academic excellence, and...

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Tatiana: Alumni

On Aug. 1, 2009 at 13 years old, I started my journey at Milton Hershey School. My name is Tatiana and, this is my MHS story. I, unlike many of...

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