Archbishop Molloy High School is a Catholic Marist school that fosters an exemplary education in mind, body and spirit for a diverse college-bound population. Molloy offers a unique, challenging and comprehensive program of instruction, guidance and activities. Here individuals recognize their self-worth and develop a lifetime of Christian values, critical thinking, leadership skills and service to others.
Each year over 2,000 students apply for Molloy's 400 available freshman seats. Admission to Molloy is based primarily on school grades, standardized and state test scores in 6th, 7th, and 8th grades, as well as the results of the TACHS or CHSEE exam. Please browse our Admissions pages for more information.
Archbishop Molloy High School is a Catholic Marist school that offers a challenging academic program rooted in Gospel value, has been recognized by U.S. News & World Report as an 'Outstanding American High School' and was named an 'Exemplary Secondary School' by U.S. Department of Education.
Each sport at Molloy has a storied tradition and championship history. Molloy boasts a talented and dedicated coaching staff in all sports. Many faculty, alumni, and former collegiate and professional athletes take on significant roles in guiding our energetic student-athletes throughout the year. Molloy offers a total of 44 team sports for both boys and girls, including 17 at the varsity level.
Molloy's new Parents Guild represents a core group of parent volunteers who pledge to lend their support to events and initiatives throughout the school year. Click "Parents Guild" on the menu (left) for more information.
Archbishop Molloy High School educates a diverse population of students in mind, body, and spirit. Molloy students exhibit intellectual curiosity, creativity, and leadership each day, while our faculty instills them with lessons not for school, but for life.
Over 23,000 strong, Molloy alumni live and work throughout the world. Stanners are bound together by the common experience of a quality Catholic education rooted in the Marist tradition. We work to keep alumni well-connected to foster lifelong friendships and create professional opportunities. Stanners are also known to give back, and their generosity has helped to "pay it forward" for countless students and their families.
RepresentativeCassandra McCueOffice Phone603-860-1428Emailcmccue@anselm.eduDateTuesday, October 30, 2018Time2:10 PM-3:00 PM EDTCollegeSaint Anselm College (Manchester, NH)Internal Notes