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Welcome to The Stanner Alumni Center!

Over 23,000 strong, Molloy alumni live and work throughout the world. Stanners are bound together by the common experience of a quality Catholic education rooted in the Marist tradition. We work to keep alumni well-connected to foster lifelong friendships and create professional opportunities. Stanners are also known to give back, and their generosity has helped to "pay it forward" for countless students and their families. We are proud to serve our Stanner family!

Upcoming Events

The Stanner Alumni Center invites you and your family and friends to join us at our upcoming events! See the list below or visit to sign up! Contact for more information.
  • Click Here for Event Calendar
  • Open House — 10/20/19
  • Stanner Alumni Reunion — 11/2/19
  • Connecticut Chapter Gathering — 11/13/19 (SAVE THE DATE)
  • Thanksgiving Liturgy — 11/27/19 (SAVE THE DATE)

Stanner Life '19

2019 Stanner Life Magazine Is Out Now!

Stanner Life magazine is out now! This year’s edition features an in-depth look at our new approach to admissions, news about additions to our 2019-20 curriculum and the recently founded Murphy Scholars Program, graduate spotlights, and much more. You will also read about the results of Molloy’s Strategic Plan survey as well as the goals and initiatives that will drive Molloy forward into an exciting future.

Don’t forget to update the Stanner Alumni Center with your new mailing address! Please contact or 718.441.9210 if you recently moved. Some families may receive multiple copies due to generations of Stanners living at one address. If your children recently moved, please remind them to contact us and update their information. We are also happy to mail you multiple copies upon request. We look forward to sharing Stanner Life with our community.

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Social Media

As Molloy begins a new and exciting school year, we would like to invite our community to follow us on social media to stay updated on all the latest news and events:


SantosLou Santos To Be Inducted Into NYS Baseball Hall of Fame

Congratulations to Mr. Lou Santos, who will be inducted into the New York State Baseball Hall of Fame on Sunday, November 3rd. Mr. Santos will be inducted alongside other New York baseball legends including Thurman Munson (posthumously), Bobby Murcer (posthumously), Ron Guidry, Gene Monahan (athletic trainer), Art Shamsky, Ron Darling, Howie Rose (Mets broadcaster), Ray Negron (writer/author), and Matt Senk (Head Coach, SUNY Stonybrook). The induction will take place at the Hilton Garden Inn in Troy, New York (235 Hoosick St, Troy, NY 12180). Contact the hotel at 518.272.1700 to inquire about room availability. Tickets for the induction dinner are $75 per person and tables seat 10 people. The reception begins at 4pm with dinner at 5pm. The evening will conclude at 8:30pm. Contact Mr. Santos at for more information. Click Here to read more about the remarkable career of Mr. Lou Santos.

Early Look at Summer '19 Capital Projects


Molloy has been buzzing with activity this summer! Since late June, significant work has been done to install air conditioning in 22 classrooms facing Manton Street. These classrooms are also being upgraded with new ceilings, energy-efficient lighting, transparent window shades that let in more light, and window film that reflects heat. Elsewhere, Molloy’s track has received repairs and fresh paint, the engraved quote above our front entrance has been restored, and our roof has received extensive repairs as part of a multi-phase project. In addition, the guidance suite (above, lower left) and college guidance suite (above, far right) are both receiving total makeovers with new air conditioning, drywall, paint, ceilings, doors, carpeting, and furniture. All of these projects are in the final stages as we prepare to open school next week...Click Here to Read More

Molloy Remembers Karina Vetrano With 3rd Annual Walk/Run

Karina Walk 2019
The Molloy community enjoyed a beautiful day on Saturday, June 22nd as friends and family joined together to celebrate the life and memory of Karina Vetrano ’04. Molloy hosted its third annual Walk/Run for Karina, which included several spirited activities.The event began with a Memorial Mass celebrated by Fr. Christopher Heanue, with music provided by Allison Terranova ’14 and Stephen Velez ’16. Following Mass, Phil Vetrano ’74, Karina’s father, thanked everyone in attendance for their continued presence and support of the Karina Vetrano Memorial Scholarship. Phil also thanked event sponsors Mr. Robert Agostinelli,the Jordan Family, and Mr. Brad Katinas ’90 and family for their generosity. President Richard Karsten ’81 and Alumni Development Officer Matt Rizzotti ’04 then presented the Vetrano family with a framed photo featuring Karina’s parents with Jenna Schonmann ’22, the first recipient of Karina’s scholarship. Jenna, who was in attendance, is excited to begin her sophomore year this fall...Click Here to Read More

Molloy Launches Alumni Education Network

Education Network
The Stanner Alumni Center was proud to launch its new Alumni Education Network on Wednesday, June 5th during an evening reception in Molloy’s William J. Murphy Library. The event was a great success, with over 60 alumni in the education field (including teachers, administrators, counselors, and physical and occupational therapists) in attendance. The event provided an opportunity for Stanners to gain valuable insights from fellow alumni as well as many members of Molloy’s outstanding faculty...Click Here to Read More

Congrats Class of 2019!

Grads '19
On Saturday, June 1st, the Class of 2019 were the stars of Archbishop Molloy High School’s 126th commencement exercises, which took place at the Colden Auditorium at Queens College. 380 seniors ceremoniously moved the tassels on their caps from right to left, signifying the completion of their academic careers at Molloy. The Class of 2019 were collectively awarded over $100,000,000 in college scholarships and grants. Among their ranks are future scientists, engineers, computer programmers, journalists, writers, educators, lawyers, doctors, performers, athletes, public servants, and so much more...Click Here to Read More

St. Ann's & Molloy Grads Enjoy Annual Communion Breakfast

St. Ann's 2019

On Sunday, June 2nd, Molloy hosted graduates of St. Ann’s Academy and Molloy for our St. Ann’s Communion Breakfast. This event has been an annual tradition for many years and is a unique opportunity for the students of St. Ann’s Academy, also known as our “Original Stanners“, to come home and reconnect with the Marist Brothers and each other. The eldest Stanner in attendance was John McConville ’48, who graduated from St. Ann’s Academy 71 years ago.

In recent years, the St. Ann’s Communion Breakfast has been expanded to include graduates who have recently celebrated their 50th anniversary. This year, we were fortunate to have several grads from the 1960s in attendance. We extend an invitation to other Stanners who graduated in the 1960s to please join us at our St. Ann’s Communion Breakfast in the future. It is a wonderful chance to reconnect with Molloy and to meet the Stanners that laid the foundation for future generations...Click Here to Read More

St. Ann's & Molloy Grads Enjoy Annual Communion Breakfast

Catholic Culture Club
Recently, President Richard Karsten ’81Mr. Matt Kilkelly, and Molloy’s Catholic Culture Club visited the Marist Brothers at Champagnat Hall in the Bronx. The afternoon began with a student-led prayer service, which highlighted the namesake Saints of the Brothers present. These Saints served as inspiration to the senior brothers who have dedicated their lives to teaching and inspiring young people. During each reading, everyone prayed to be inspired “by the faith and works of the Marist Brothers.” Mr. Karsten then shared a “state of the nation” presentation regarding what’s happening at present day Molloy as well as plans for the future as Molloy rolls out its Strategic Plan. Mr. Kilkelly, moderator of the Catholic Culture Club, was pleased with the overall experience. “Seeing the students present this prayer service to the Marist Brothers and interact with them let the Brothers know they are not forgotten. It was a privilege to witness our students do this because it truly helps restore my faith in humanity.”

SolariMs. Adele Solari Announces Retirement

The Beehive sends its deepest thanks and congratulations to Ms. Adele Solari, who recently announced her retirement effective at the end of the 2018-19 school year. Ms. Solari has been a beloved and dedicated member of Molloy’s math department since 1996. She has taught a plethora of math courses during her tenure, including Algebra, Geometry, Pre-Calculus, Calculus, Accounting, and College Algebra among others. She has also extended her care outside the classroom, moderating Math League and helping to coordinate important school events such as the Junior Leadership Ceremony and the Senior Graduation Breakfast...Click Here to Read More

The Lt. John K. Gremse Graduation Assistance Fund

Archbishop Molloy High School is proud to announce the establishment of The Lt. John K. Gremse Graduation Assistance Fund. This new, critical fund will help students whose parents face unexpected and overwhelming financial difficulties leading to their inability to pay for the remaining tuition in their son’s or daughter’s senior year. Please continue reading for more information about the inspiration for this fund in memory of Lt. John “Jack” Gremse ’68.


John “Jack” Gremse was beloved in many circles of his life. He was a family man, a loyal friend, and a dedicated member of the FDNY. He was humble, never taking credit for saving lives or property. “I was only doing my job,” he would always say. Some of Jack’s happiest memories were with his Molloy classmates from the Class of 1968. He and his fellow Stanners would gather for mini-reunions at the Gremse family home every other summer, a tradition that has carried on for over 20 years.


On September 11, 2001, and in the months that followed, Jack, alongside many other first responders, took on the onerous task of what at first was hoped to be a rescue mission, but sadly turned into a recovery mission. Just five days after the attacks, Jack was promoted to Lieutenant, an achievement he took great pride in and a role he served in with dignity. Unfortunately, Jack’s work at the World Trade Center would eventually result in 9/11 related cancer. He passed away in September 2014. In memory of Jack, the Class of 1968 continues to reunite at the Gremse family home each summer...Read More


AP Comp SciMolloy Recognized For Diversity In Computer Science

The College Board announced that Archbishop Molloy High School has been awarded with its AP® Computer Science Female Diversity Award for attaining female student representation in AP Computer Science Principles for 2018. Among the more than 18,000 secondary schools worldwide that offer AP courses, Molloy is one of just 685 schools that has achieved this important milestone. The College Board recognizes the importance of diversity in computer science and has commended Molloy’s leadership in computer science and commitment to preparing its young women for the in-demand tech jobs of the future.

First Annual Fashion Show a Great Success!


Pictured: Co-Chairs Sabina Kobinski ’04, MaryAnn Safrey, and Kerry Henning with Molloy students.


Molloy held its first ever annual Fashion Show at The Inn at New Hyde Park on Sunday, March 24th. Over 230 students, parents and family members, faculty and staff, and alumni were in attendance for this historic occasion. Proceeds from the event supported the newly established Girls Leadership Scholarships Fund, which will benefit future young women entering Molloy.


The theme of the Fashion Show was Dress for Success. Featured designers loaned or donated clothing and accessories that promote dressing with confidence and an eye toward success. Many items were samples right off the runway. Students and faculty, male and female, participated in the runway portion of the show. Featured designers for women’s wear included Abbey Glass, Curete Collection, Donna Degnan, Everly, F.H. Clothing Co., Habitat Clothes, Heydari, Minan Wong, Niche, and Kate Spade...Read More

Molloy Honors Five New Stanner Hall of Famers


Above: Stanner Hall of Fame sketches by artist Paul Gatto.


On Saturday, March 23rd, Archbishop Molloy High School inducted five outstanding individuals into its Stanner Hall of Fame. Congratulations to (sketched above left to right): Br. Pat HoganChief Peter Hayden ’64 (FDNY)Whitey Rigsby ’74 (Voice of Wildcats Basketball)Major General Patrick Gallagher ’64 (USAF), and Lt. John “Jack” Gremse ’68 (FDNY, posthumously)...Read More


Download Our Annual Giving Report for 2017-18

The Stanner Alumni Center is pleased to share Archbishop Molloy High School’s Annual Giving Report for the 2017-18 fiscal year. Molloy’s fiscal year runs from September 1st through August 31st of the following year. Our school community supports a wide range of scholarships, technology enhancements, facility upgrades and renovations, and other campus priorities through their generous annual gifts. When you give to Molloy, you enhance our Catholic Marist mission and create opportunities for students to achieve their goals. It is your example that encourages others to give. Depending on the amount or designation of your gifts, we are very pleased to induct our benefactors into the giving societies within this Annual Giving Report. Giving Reports from 2010 through 2017 are available on our website. For donor information prior to the 2010-11 fiscal year, please contact the Stanner Alumni Center at 718.441.9210.

Alumna Shares Presentation on Experience Working at NFL

Thank you to Monica Ferreira Gimlett ’06, who served as a guest speaker after school on February 13th. Monica is the Director of Sponsorship Strategy and Business Development at the National Football League (NFL), a role she has served in since 2018. Monica’s presentation was open to all interested students and faculty and included how the NFL establishes and maintains relationships with dozens of sponsors, how constantly evolving technology plays a role in marketing, the importance of social media as a brand awareness tool, and more. Monica also answered many thoughtful questions during a Q&A and shared advice on how to build a versatile skillset in college and how to work your way up in the professional world. Monica’s visit was sponsored by the G.E.R.L.L. Club (Girls Empowerment for Real Life Leadership), which was founded earlier this year by a group of enthusiastic seniors. Thank you to the GERLL Club and Ms. MaryAnn Safrey for coordinating Monica’s visit.