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Information For You

I’m a PARENT looking to Enroll my child.

My child will be in:

Elementary School (grades K-4)
 Middle School (grades 5-8)
High School (grades 9-12)


I’m a STUDENT looking to go to Milton Hershey School.

I’ll be in:

Elementary School (grades K-4)
 Middle School (grades 5-8)
High School (grades 9-12)


I (OR MY FAMILY MEMBER) just got accepted to Milton Hershey School

Tell Me What’s Next

I want to WORK at Milton Hershey School

As a Teacher
As a Staff Member
As a Houseparent


I’m a STUDENT at Milton Hershey School.


I WORK at Milton Hershey School


I’m an ALUMNUS of Milton Hershey School

Life After Milton Hershey
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MHS Teachers

Milton Hershey School teachers significantly impact the lives of students both in and out of the classroom.  They work closely with houseparents to guide students and offer the support necessary for them to thrive academically, socially, emotionally and physically.

Click on the photos below to read blogs from various teachers:

Casey Ainsworth

Classroom staff member smiling.

Danielle Pierson

Two students in class, smiling.

Kendra Dykes

Teacher smiling while a student works.
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This Is My MHS Blog

From students and teachers to houseparents, parents/sponsors and graduates, these are the voices that make up Milton Hershey School– all different perspectives, but all extraordinary. Each blogger has their own unique story about what brought them to the school, what keeps them at MHS, and what impact they will have on the lives of others. Follow along with our blog series.

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