In response to reported past and present student experiences of racism and sexism within our school, the School Board and Administration at Archbishop Molloy High School announce the creation of the Council for Diversity & Inclusion.
The Council is an independent advisory group that will work with the School Board and Administration to share insights and make recommendations about policies and procedures pertaining to diversity and inclusion. It is driven by a dedicated group of alumni, parents, faculty, staff, and industry experts who are committed to cultivating a truly inclusive institutional culture at Molloy. Called by our founder St. Marcellin Champagnat to care for the “least favored,” and rooted in our shared Catholic Marist Charism, we are committed to creating a school community where everyone can succeed, especially those from communities who have been marginalized by society.
Our hope is to build a community where students, faculty, and staff of every race, ethnicity, nationality, culture, immigration status, academic learning style, gender, sexual orientation, religion, and socioeconomic background can thrive.
Read brief introductions to our Council members below or visit www.molloyhs.org/diversity/ for full member bios or future recurring updates.