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Academics Overview




Archbishop Molloy High School’s faculty brings an average of 20 years of teaching experience to our classrooms. 97% of our faculty have earned Masters or Doctoral degrees. 100% of our graduates attend college, earning admission and scholarships to a wide array of prominent colleges and universities throughout the U.S. and abroad.



Class Offerings

Molloy offers over 30 Honors classes, 7 Scholars classes, and 45 junior and senior electives across subject areas (see our Course Catalog). 97% of our students enroll in Advanced Placement and/or other college credit courses prior to their high school graduation. 



College Credit 

College credit, transferable to many colleges, is also awarded through our participation in the St. John’s University College Advantage Program, Seton Hall University’s Project Acceleration Program, SUNY Albany's High School Scholars Program, and Long Island University's High School Scholars Program. Qualified students can earn as many as 36 college credits by registering for college extension courses at Molloy. 




We’ve created a comprehensive program for integrating SmartBoards, laptops, desktops, and personal student iPads into our rigorous college preparatory curriculum. Every classroom’s SmartBoard is equipped with current and sophisticated technological capabilities. For use at home and in the classroom over four years at Molloy, every student is supplied an iPad with downloaded textbooks. Students utilize iPad technology for research, quizzes, note taking, and a host of other academic purposes.



Regents Diploma

Our school attracts an exceptionally talented student body. Molloy’s academic standards include and surpass national Common Core standards and we follow a New York State Regents curriculum. The vast number of our students earn New York State Advanced Regents or Advanced Regents with Honors diplomas.