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MHS Students Develop Character and Leadership Skills at Fifth Annual Leadership Conference

On Saturday, Nov. 3, Milton Hershey School’s Student Government Association (SGA) hosted its fifth annual high school leadership conference. MHS staff, alumni, local and state lawmakers, and business leaders from...

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MHS Seniors Build Connections During Female Empowerment Event

On Wednesday, Oct. 24, 50 MHS female seniors attended a social event through the “Hugs and Kisses from Catherine” program. The event, which was held at the Hershey Rose Garden...

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Milton Hershey School Honors Professionals for Commitment to Help Low-Income Children

Milton Hershey School admissions counselors recently held an appreciation event to honor the professionals who have formed partnerships to help low-income families learn more about the school. More than 25...

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Girls Grace Event Provides Skill-Building and Fun for Female High School Students

On Friday, Oct. 19 through Saturday, Oct. 20, 200 MHS female high school students participated in the third annual Girls Grace event. The event builds on the character and leadership...

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Lend a Helping Hand: Developing Student Leaders Through Peer-to-Peer Mentorship

As we prepare students to become 21st-century leaders and problem-solvers, it starts with the relationships they’re building with their peers. If children and teens can master the ability to develop...

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MHS Seniors Learn from Alumni through Distance Learning

On Tuesday, Oct. 9 and Wednesday, Oct. 10, Milton Hershey School seniors participated in distance learning with several alumni. “Ten different alumni FaceTimed with our students to talk to them...

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Four MHS Students Speak at Diversity and Female Empowerment Event

On Wednesday, Sept. 12, four MHS Senior Division students were invited to speak about female empowerment during the Hershey Area All Things Diversity event. Sharice Johnson, MHS Senior Division, Student...

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MHS Students Bike 60 Miles and Earn Cycling Merit Badges This Summer

This summer, two Milton Hershey School middle schoolers embraced health and wellness by pursuing their Boy Scout cycling merit badges for mountain biking. Matt Dick, an MHS eighth-grader, and Christopher...

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Tiffany Gonzalez ’05

Growing up in York, Pennsylvania, Tiffany Gonzalez ’05 was in eighth grade when her neighbor began attending Milton Hershey School. As an ambitious teen, Tiffany saw the opportunities her neighbor...

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Milton Hershey School Empowered to Give Back at 2018 Opening of School Assembly

On Monday, Aug. 13, 2018, the Milton Hershey School community came together to celebrate the first day of the 2018-19 school year at the annual   Opening of School Assembly. MHS...

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