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Milton Hershey School Seniors Participate in Annual High Five Event

This week, Milton Hershey School seniors embarked on a walk down memory lane as part of an annual tradition leading up to graduation. Each year, seniors who enrolled in first through eighth grade walk through the hallways of Elementary and Middle Division scholastic buildings in their caps and gowns to high five their younger peers.

This tradition is a celebration for the Class of 2023 and serves as an inspiration for our younger students to see all that they can achieve in the future. As the kick-off to end-of-year festivities, the high five event is one that MHS seniors and students look forward to every year. It also provides an opportunity for seniors to reflect on how far they’ve come and how much there is yet to accomplish.

With less than eight weeks until graduation, seniors are preparing to begin their next chapter as MHS alumni. For some seniors, this looks like attending postsecondary schooling, while other may enlist in the military or enter the workforce. All MHS seniors graduate with the skills necessary for success—no matter what they choose to pursue.

We can’t wait to celebrate all seniors and rising fifth and eighth graders this spring!

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