Archbishop Molloy High School is a Marist Catholic 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.
Over 2,000 students apply for Molloy's 400 available freshman seats each year. Admission into Molloy is based primarily on academic achievement, standardized test scores, 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.
Molloy features a one-to-one computing program and offers over 30 Honors classes, 7 Scholars classes, and 45 junior and senior electives representing many diverse subjects. Students can earn as many as 36 college credits by registering for college extension courses.
Molloy offers 44 team sports for boys and girls, including 17 at the varsity level. Our student-athletes are taught the values of teamwork, determination, and self-improvement.
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 serves a diverse population of students. We strive to nurture their intellectual curiosity, creativity, and leadership in and out of the classroom.
Over 23,000 strong, Molloy alumni live and work worldwide. The Stanner Alumni Center strives to keep our alumni connected, to foster lifelong friendships, and to create professional opportunities. We are also grateful for the generosity of our community, as countless students have benefited from your support. We are proud to serve the Stanner community.
RepresentativeKirsten Bower Office PhoneEmailDateWednesday, October 30, 2019Time2:10 PM-3:00 PM EDTCollegeSaint Peter's UniversityInternal Notes