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Top-Notch Education Collection

Milton Hershey School teachers are experts and innovators in their field who provide students an experiential education like no other. See how we lead the way in thought leadership.


Milton Hershey School Director of CTE Changing the Game for Students

Featuring Dave Curry, MHS Director of Career and Technical Education program Milton Hershey School’s Career and Technical Education program has become a national model for success and was featured in...

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We’re Not Alone on this Rollercoaster Ride

By Casey Ainsworth, MHS Middle Division Teacher Spring brings with it a lot to look forward to. Longer days, warmth, trees and plants blooming, and a lot of social gatherings...

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You Reap What You Sow: Stories From the Front Lines

By Casey Ainsworth, MHS Middle Division Teacher As a teacher, you have a lot of responsibility on your shoulders. You could probably place your face on the Atlas Statue because...

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9 Back to School Mottos That Motivate Students

Milton Hershey School teachers are sparking excitement and anticipation for the new school year by sharing their back-to-school mottos. Through the nurturing environment and strong support system offered at MHS,...

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How Can We Teach Compassion?

By Casey Ainsworth, MHS Middle Division Teacher “Give a man a fish, feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish, feed him for a lifetime.” –Maimonides I start...

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4 Ways to Bring STEAM to Life for Elementary Students

Featuring Dr. Jaunine Fouché, MHS Science Curriculum Supervisor At Milton Hershey School, our STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math) curriculum is a major part of students’ education beginning in...

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The First Five Minutes

By Kendra Poff, MHS Elementary Division Teacher I can’t believe I have officially begun my third year here at Milton Hershey School! As I began to prepare for a new...

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