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MHS Class of 2019 Honored at Senior Pinning Ceremony

On Sunday, Nov. 11, the Milton Hershey School Class of 2019 was recognized at the annual Senior Pinning Ceremony. Several MHS alumni attended the event to support the seniors, and each senior received a gold pin with their graduation year and the Spartan mascot.

“Our legacy is entirely defined by what we do with our time. Start thinking about your legacy right now,” said MHS alumna Cassandra Wentzel-Razzi ’05 as she motivated the senior class. “Milton Hershey used his time to focus on his dream, but he also connected with his community and his employees. Now is the time for you to start thinking about how you’ll use your time.”

Class of 2019 senior pinning ceremony

The pinning ceremony occurs in the middle of the school year to encourage seniors to commit to finishing their senior year strong. The pins serve as symbols of strength and motivation as students continue to develop postgraduation goals and plans.

The commencement ceremony for the Class of 2019 will be held on Saturday, June 9, 2019.

View photos from this year’s pinning ceremony:

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