-Updated January 2020-
Decisions for the Class of 2024
The Admissions Department will be mailing out and in some cases emailing out decisions for the Class of 2024 on Wednesday, January 15, 2020. Additionally, Academic Scholarship Awards and Honors Placement are included in all acceptance admissions letters. Named Scholarship Awards will be emailed out beginning in late January. We look forward to welcoming the Archbishop Molloy High School Class of 2024!
Please be advised that - temporarily - the Admissions Department will be available via email only. Our email address is firstname.lastname@example.org
. Also, keep in mind that meeting with the Office of Admissions is by appointment only. Thank you and best of luck!
Winter Open House for Accepted Students
Winter Open House for Accepted Students is on Thursday, January 23rd from 6:00 PM to approximately 8:00/8:30 PM. If you were accepted, we welcome you to attend! It is an excellent opportunity to get a deeper and more personal look at all that Archbishop Molloy High School has to offer to assist you in your final decision.
New Molloy Admissions Instagram Account
Back in August, Molloy launched its newest Instagram account, specifically for its Admissions Department! Please feel free to follow us on Instagram @molloyhsadmissions! We will update you regarding the fairs and presentations we will be attending, remind you of our upcoming Fall Open House, post various trivia facts, etc. Check us out!
Molloy's Fall Open House RecapThe following article was featured in the 10/25/19 edition of Molloy's online newsletter, The Beehive. Special thanks to the author of this article, Mr. Joseph Sommo '03.On Sunday, October 20th, Molloy welcomed over 3,500 visitors to its fall Open House. The day featured spirited presentations by all academic departments, athletic teams, and extracurricular activities. Students and teachers, as well as many parent and alumni volunteers, represented Molloy and shared everything they love about the Stanner experience!
“Our 2019 fall Open House was a great success,” said Jonathan DiDonato ‘01, Admissions Coordinator. “We found that creating several tour routes improved the flow around the building, giving several groups of visitors more time to explore various presentations either before or after their tour concluded. Doing so added that personal touch as individualizing every person who walks through the building is important to us, even on a day like Open House which it is attended by thousands.” Jonathan went on to say that Molloy’s students, faculty and staff, and alumni and parent volunteers were “on point” and were wonderful representatives. “We thank them from the bottom of our hearts. We also extend an extra special thanks to Molloy’s Parents Guild who were extremely friendly and helpful to our guests.”
“Since August, all of our marketing, from our new school videos, to unique print ads and school fair visits, was designed to reach thousands of prospective students and their families and invite them to our Open House,” said President Richard Karsten ’81. “Open House is our primary vehicle for showcasing our Catholic Marist identity and everything Molloy has to offer. I believe this year’s Open House left a positive lasting impression on our next generation of Stanners and their families.”
Not Accepting Any More Students for the Current 2019-2020 Academic Year
So you are aware, all of our grades - from 9th through 12th - are at full capacity. We are not accepting any more incoming Freshmen or transfer students at this time. Regarding transferring to Molloy, if you wish to be a Sophomore or Junior at Molloy the following academic year, you can inquire with us by emailing email@example.com
in the Spring of 2020. Further information can be found on our Transferring to Molloy
page. Thank you for your interest in our school!