Archbishop Molloy High School provides the latest technology for its students and faculty. Every classroom is equipped with a digital projector and a SMART Board. Each teacher is issued a laptop for instructional use. The school has a high speed dedicated 100 MB/s Internet connection and the building is fully wireless accessible. Internet content is monitored and filtered with Websense software. Our network infrastructure is powered exclusively by CISCO products. There is a computer lab with 40 laptop computers and a library research lab with 40 laptop computers. Parents are provided with Edline accounts. Edline facilitates updating parents on their child’s performance in class. Students are given accounts to Naviance for college planning and resources. Our library has extensive online resource materials. We use various Gale databases and Ebsco databases to give us scholarly research oriented articles on many different topics. Both of these databases contain articles on many different areas relevant to virtually any topic that a student might be researching. Our databases can be accessed both at school and at home. All of the databases we subscribe to are used extensively at the college level. We also have a parent notification system in place to E-mail, text and phone parents for major school announcements.
Molloy’s Administrtion has created a comprehensive program for implementing our one-to-one computing program integrating iPad technology. The school has made the financial and resource commitment to make this a productive and meaningful evolution in the way we use technology.
Beginning in the Fall of 2014, incoming freshman will receive an iPad, AppleCare (insurance) and software such as Lesson Planner and digital textbooks.. While the school is subsidizing professional training and infrastructure, the family will pay a technology fee to cover costs for the hardware and software.