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Alumni Success StoriesCategory: Class of 2010-2019

MHS Graduates Making a Positive Impact

Thousands of Milton Hershey School graduates have found their own way to make a positive impact on the world. Their dedication to building an impactful life is, in part, due to the foundation built at MHS. Now, by sharing their stories, our alumni serve as role models and help set the foundation for new generations of Milts.

Read on to learn more about the accomplished alumni of Milton Hershey School.

Jacob Hayes ’17

When Jacob Hayes ’17 was in seventh grade, he began his journey at Milton Hershey School. Living on the residential campus in group homes quickly taught Jacob how to act...

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Rechanda Willis ’06

Rechanda Willis ’06 doesn’t know where she’d be today had it not been for Milton Hershey School. She enrolled at the age of 14 after moving to Virginia with her...

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Anir Sanders ’16

When Anir Sanders ’16 was in ninth grade, his mom told him about Milton Hershey School. “My family had recently went back to north Philadelphia. It was a really bad...

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Ryan Blom ’15

When Ryan Blom ’15 enrolled at MHS in 2006 from Bethesda, Maryland, he was an athletic fourth-grader who was eager to get involved on campus. Every summer he loved playing...

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Alexis Quinn ’14

Alexis Quinn ’14 has been playing soccer for 17 years. Originally from Gloucester, Virginia, she enrolled at Milton Hershey School when she was in seventh grade and joined the school’s...

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Brock Romano ’12

When Brock Romano ’12 enrolled as a sixth-grader at Milton Hershey School on April 2, 2006, he was excited to live near cows, have recreational opportunities, and most importantly, experience...

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Carlos Anavitate-Bermudez ’13

Carlos Anavitate-Bermudez ’13 enrolled at Milton Hershey School in 2010, and he remembers the day clearly because it was the day his life changed. “I was homeless with my grandma...

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Autumn Beattie ’16

After being named the 2015 Mid-Penn Player of the Year for field hockey, Autumn Beattie ’16 graduated from Milton Hershey School and moved on to the college level. She was...

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Tylor Teel ’11

When Tylor Teel ’11 enrolled at Milton Hershey School as an eighth-grader, he thought he wanted to enter the world of criminal justice when he graduated. But after diving into...

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Joshua Arledge ’15

From a young age, Joshua Arledge ’15 dreamed of a different life. Growing up in rural South Carolina with 10 brothers and sisters in a four-bedroom trailer, Joshua always hoped...

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Aaron Nowlin ’12

When Aaron Nowlin ’12 came to Milton Hershey School in his freshman year, he didn’t know where he saw his future. It took the help of an MHS employee to...

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Gracie Martinez ’10

Gracie Martinez graduated from Milton Hershey School in 2010. Since then, her life has become all things rugby. When you ask her why she plays, Milton Hershey School is woven...

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