Each year Molloy offers academic and named scholarships valued at over $1.2 million!
Academic Scholarships will be awarded to applicants based on their grades and standardized test scores earned in 6th, 7th and 8th Grades, and their Catholic High School Admission entrance exam score (the top 1-2% on the TACHS or CHSEE exam). In order to be considered for an academic scholarship, completed TACHS Applicant Records with the 6th, 7th and 8th grade marks must be submitted by the applicant’s current school by December 15, 2018. TACHS Applicant Record forms may be accessed on www.tachsinfo.com. CHSEE applicants must have their schools send the 6th, 7th and 8th grade records by December 15, 2018.
There are several need-based Named Scholarships awarded each year. These scholarships are designed to help those who demonstrate financial need, and who have a B average (3.0) or higher in the core subjects (ELA, Math, Science, and Social Studies). For a list of the Named Scholarships, click here.
A select few of these Named Scholarships honor firefighters lost during the World Trade Center attacks. Immediate relatives (children, grandchildren) of current, retired, or deceased firefighters are highly encouraged to apply for a Named Scholarship. Note: If you are not a relative of an FDNY firefighter, you can still apply for a Named Scholarship whose criteria does not specify that. For more information, please refer to the Named Scholarship pages below.
To correctly submit a Named Scholarship application, please:
Carefully read the Named Scholarship Application Info & Criteria page (PDF file) below
Fill out the Named Scholarship Online Application Form below and submit it along with a one page scholarship essay. The essay should include why you wish to attend Molloy, why you are a strong candidate for a need-based scholarship, and highlight your personal qualities, experiences, and strengths. Ensure that your name is on the essay and that it is either a PDF or Word Doc.
Follow the instructions below regarding the Named Scholarship Confidential Recommenders Form (PDF file) which should be given to two recommenders
Confidential Recommendation Form: Applicant, please download and print two copies of the above recommendation forms and give to your two recommenders. Please ask recommenders to complete this form and have them email it from an official school/organization email address to firstname.lastname@example.org. Alternatively, please have recommenders fill in the form, sign it, place it in a school or official envelope, sign it over the seal, and mail the form to: Archbishop Molloy High School Attn: Admissions 83-53 Manton Street Briarwood, NY 11435.
*Please remind recommenders to list financial issues or circumstances that would strengthen why you should be awarded a Named (Need-Based) Scholarship. Ensure that if you are applying for a specific Named Scholarship, they do not give a general explanation but one that is specific to this scholarship.
Additionally, please remember that in order to be considered for a Named Scholarship, you must complete the Named Scholarship Application Form and submit it with a one page scholarship essay.
Note: If you are sending us a general letter of recommendation (which is not required) and it is NOT pertaining to a Named Scholarship, please do NOT fill out the above Named Scholarship Recommendation Form nor the Named Scholarship Online Application.
*DEADLINE TO SUBMIT APPLICATION PACKET: December 7, 2018 (originally December 1, 2018)
Outside Scholarship Opportunity - Columbus Citizen's Foundation
Columbus Citizen's Foundation four year scholarships are available to students entering their freshman year of high school. Criteria: Italian ancestry, financial need, academic excellence, and service to school and community. Visit www.ColumbusCitizensFD.org for more information and to complete an application. The application will be available online in November (exact date TBD) and the application DEADLINE is February 2018 (exact date TBD).
We talked to a few of Molloy's many scholarship recipients and they were excited to share their "Stanner Stories" and what their scholarships mean to themselves and their families. Thank you to Liam, Sarah, Emily, Jake, and Jillian!