“MHS changed my life by giving me an opportunity to have options to continue my education.”
Sultana is a Mental Health Therapist at Center for Children. She attended Lock Haven University and The Chicago School of Professional Psychology. She completed her master’s degree in counseling psychology in October 2014.
"MHS gave me the opportunities to discover my talents and hobbies as well as make life long friends."
Lulu's fondest memories of MHS are performing shows, showing cattle at the Pennsylvania State Farm Show, performing at Disney, and going to Niagra Falls.
She stays involved with Alumni activities and volunteering with Graduate Support Services.
Tieya and John
John Whitehead '71, says MHS taught him structure, discipline and gave him opportunity. His fondest memory of being at MHS is the fellowship with his brothers.
"There is no doubt in my mind that MHS changed my life. I am the person I am today because of the values and foundation I received at "the Milt". Further more my life long relationships with my MHS family have been the support system that carried me through challenges in life after MHS." -Tieya Green '03
Bill believes MHS is the greatest place on Earth and it gives you an opportunity to be all you can be! "MHS gave me the strenght to face all opportunities and challenges head on." He is now a Project Manager for Brauding Signage & Environment.
"MHS helped me realize my passion for serving others, especially the most vulnerable population, the youth!" Chantal Rakundo-Karaara is a Director at a local Child Development Center. She also serves as a mentor for the Harrisburg Youth Build Program.
"MHS saved my life! I would not be the person I am today or have had a tenth of the opportunities". Tiffany Lawson is the Executive Director of the Governor's Advisory Commision on Asian American Affairs for Pennsylvania.
“Milton Hershey has given me structure. Without the Milt, I would never have gone to college or feel so confident. Because of my experiences at MHS I fear nothing and accept new challenges.” -Lisa Smith '85
“MHS provides for kids in a way other than financially. The MHS community is like a safety net for its students. By providing programs and responsibilities for students that can be found nowhere else, students learn how to be independent."- Amanda DuCharme '13
Class of '81
"Without a doubt, the school saved my life. I didn't know it then, but I was set on a path that changed the outcome for me and my family today."
Virgil is now a Sales Engineer at Century Link. He manages service issues for a group of high profile clients.
Howard and Solomon
"MHS gave me a fighting chance. It instilled in me the qualities that have helped me become a successful person in business and a faithful husband and father." -Howard Boroughs '87
"Continue to promote positivity and encourage your child to embrace positive opportunities with an open mind and open arms" -Solomon Melson '98, on what he would like prospective sponsors and parents to know about sending their child to MHS." -Solomon Melson '98