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Milton Hershey School’s Class of 2024 Prepares for Graduation with Annual Tradition

This week, Milton Hershey School seniors marked another milestone in their journey toward graduation by taking part in the annual MHS “High Five” event. Seniors who enrolled at MHS in first through eighth grade walked down the hallways of the Elementary and Middle Division scholastic buildings, exchanging high fives with their younger peers.

This tradition symbolizes the journey and growth of the Class of 2024 since their early days at the school. It also inspires younger students, emphasizing that they can achieve a Breakthrough and make their mark on the world with dedication and perseverance.

As the seniors made their way through the buildings, they were greeted with smiles, cheers, and even a few tears of pride from teachers and staff members who had watched them grow over the years. The event is a testament to the sense of community and support that defines the MHS experience.

With graduation just weeks away, the Class of 2024 is ready to embark on the next chapter of their lives. Whether pursuing higher education, entering the workforce, or serving in the military, they depart MHS equipped with the skills and resilience needed to thrive in their future endeavors.

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