Thank you to the nearly 2,000 visitors that joined us for our Open House throughout the day on Sunday, October 17th! We hope that you enjoyed meeting our students, faculty, staff, and parent volunteers, as well as learning more about our academic departments, spiritual programs, athletics, and wide range of extracurricular activities. We also thank our visitors for registering for their preferred timeslots in advance and helping to make our new format a success.
If you missed the opportunity to experience our Open House, please reach out to us (firstname.lastname@example.org) to learn more about Molloy.
Some pictures from our Fall Open House 2021:
Dr. Darius Penikas, Principal, provides an introduction to Molloy's Open House as he spoke to several different groups of prospective students and parents.
Current students showing one of the many group tours a robotics exhibit.
Students conducted a variety of science experiments in our Chemistry lab.
Prospective students and parents were led on a number of tours throughout the day by our students.
Mr. Sheehan '75 leads our Junior/Senior Chorus in several musical numbers.
Several Stanners posing in our Biology Lab.
A few members of our Drama Club, known as The Stanner Players, showcasing materials involving past shows/performances.
Our Admissions Department (Mr. DiDonato '01 and Mr. Turenne '98 / Not pictured: Ms. Green-Wresch), along with English teacher Mr. Kilkelly and Guidance Counselor Br. Eugene, seen answering admissions-related questions from inquiring minds.
Clubs and Activities were featured at tables outside, along our track.
Two of many enthusiastic students at Molloy who are passionate about our Computer Science and Engineering program.
One of our students exhibiting a virtual reality headset.
Guests inquiring with our Assistant Principals Dr. Flynn '97 and Mrs. Cuomo at the Academics table.
A number of departmental tables were outside, under our tent, including Physical Education, World Language, Guidance, and several others.
Senior Keren Elmore '22 presented to prospective students and parents about her wonderful experiences as a student at Molloy.
Our student volunteers handed out freebies to our guests as they exited our Open House.
The items included a "Future Stanner" sticker and chocolate chip cookies!