One of the nation’s most highly respected private schools for needy children has resumed an outreach effort in the northcentral Pennsylvania counties. Representatives from Milton Hershey School met with the Potter County Commissioners this week. They’re appealing to families in need, social service agencies, local church and community leaders and area professionals to recruit new students.
Milton Hershey School is a cost-free residential school in Hershey that was
started for orphan boys by Mr. and Mrs. Hershey. It now serves more than 1,800
boys and girls from financially and/or socially needy situations. “The school
provides a positive, structured home life and quality education for
pre-kindergarten through grade 12, at no cost to the needy,” explained
admissions counselor Mark Brezitski. “Tens of thousands of lives have been
changed for the better at Milton Hershey School.” More information is available
from Brezitski at 717-520-3502.