Academic Overview

Our faculty has an average of 18 years experience. 91% of the faculty have earned Masters or Doctoral degrees. In the most recent graduating class, 239 graduates won 1465 college scholarships, totaling $90,253,922. 

Molloy is the most technologically advanced high school in the area with more than 295 computers supported by a 100 mb/s fiber optic line, a new library computer lab, and wireless Internet service throughout the complex. Every classroom has a SmartBoard and video projector. Our students participate in a computer class designed to encourage the creation and presentation of projects and papers in a variety of programs.

A full range of Advanced Placement courses enable students to earn college credit while still in high school. AP Courses include American History, World  History, Biology, Calculus, English Literature, English Compositions, Spanish and Psychology. 63% of the most recent graduating class participated in one or more subject areas. A second route to college credit is the St. John's University Extension Program, offering college credit transferable to many colleges, in French, Italian, Spanish, Calculus, College Algebra, English Literature, Theology, College Chemistry, American Government and Psychology. 

An extensive academic scholarship program offers 90 full and partial scholarships to incoming freshman. For details, click here.

The school attracts an exceptionally talented student body. Our Science Olympiad Team is frequently among the top three schools in the state, and also often qualifies for the state championships. 


100% of our graduates attend colleges, winning admissions to:


Annapolis Fordham Rensselaer
Boston College Georgetown Stanford
Boston University Harvard St. John's
Brown University Johns-Hopkins State University of New York
Carnegie Mellon Manhattan U.C.L.A.
Columbia Marist College University of Chicago
Colgate New York University University of Michigan
Cooper Union Northwestern University of Pennsylvania
Cornell Notre Dame U.S. Air Force Academy
City University of New York Oberlin Vassar
Dartmouth Penn State Villanova
Duke Polytech of New York Yale
Fairfield Princeton West Point