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How to Create a Sensory Garden at Home

Throughout the summer of 2018, Milton Hershey School teachers, students, and staff built an outdoor sensory garden in the enclosed courtyard of Memorial Hall. The sensory garden is part of...

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A Letter to Our Community

We are greatly pained by the recent events across our nation. They prove more than ever that a divide exists throughout the country and must be addressed by real action,...

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2020 Alumnus of the Year: Charles Seidel ’87

Charles “Chuck” Seidel ’87 is a decorated, retired Air Force officer who came out of retirement to serve as a subject matter expert supporting the U.S. in its fight against...

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Leila Asemani ’16

Leila Asemani ’16 enrolled at Milton Hershey School in 2006 after a domestic violence tragedy in her family. A third-grader at the time, Leila and her two older brothers came...

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Milton Hershey School Welcomes New Students, Reaches Record Enrollment

On Monday, Aug. 26, the Milton Hershey School community welcomed 108 new students to campus during its most recent Enrollment Day. Their arrival brings enrollment at the school to a...

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Katie Muir ’18

Coming from a home where economic stability lacked, Katie Muir ’18 enrolled at Milton Hershey School as a third-grader with dreams of one day breaking the cycle of poverty that...

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Outstanding Parents/Sponsors Recognized During Spring Family Weekend

On Sunday, May 12, three outstanding parents/sponsors were honored during Spring Family Weekend with the first ever Parent/Sponsor of the Year Award. The award was developed by The Family Gratitude...

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What Can I Do For You?

How Hospitality Helps Our Students Imagine arriving at your hotel after a long day of travel. Perhaps this is a business or work-related trip and you are traveling alone. Perhaps...

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MHS Students Learn About Chesapeake Bay Watershed and Expand on Classroom Learning

On Wednesday, March 20, a group of Milton Hershey School fifth-graders visited Hershey’s water treatment plant operated by American Water. They received a tour of the facility and learned about...

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MHS Middle Schoolers Get Creative with Reading

To help middle school students get excited about reading, Milton Hershey School’s staff recently planned a book-themed “March Madness” bracket. In honor of National Reading Month and inspired by the...

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