83-53 Manton Street
Briarwood, NY 11435
Marist Catholic, Co-ed
Principal: Dr. Darius Penikas
Admissions Director: Heather Green-Wresch (718) 441-2100 ext. 155; Edwidge Turenne (’98) (718) 441-2100 ext. 140; Jonathan DiDonato (’01) (718) 441-2100 ext. 110
Average Class Size: 30-35 per core class. As upperclassmen, class sizes become smaller.
Top 5 or Most Unique Extracurricular Activities: American Sign Language (ASL) Club, Video Broadcast Club, “The Stanner” Newspaper Club, Science Olympiad, The Drama Club (known as “The Stanner Players”), and many others.
Unique Academic Programs: Amazon Future Engineer Program and Virtual Enterprise Entrepreneurship, as well as an expanded Computer Science & Engineering Program
Open House: Sunday, October 17, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. by appointment. Check molloyhs.org for availability.
Notable Alumni and/or Programs: Dr. Charles Camarda ‘70 (astronaut), Kenny Smith ’83 (two-time NBA Champion), Rosalyn Gold-Onwude ’05 (NBA reporter & analyst), Vincent Piazza ’94 (actor), Louis E. Willett ’63 (Medal of Honor recipient – posthumously).
Programs: Women at Work Panel (highlighting inspiring women in the work force), College Advice Panel (a panel of young alumni talk about their college experience).
Top 2021 Seniors Attending: The University of Notre Dame, Cornell University, Rice University, Dartmouth College, Boston College
Most 2021 Seniors Attending: St. John’s University, Fordham University, Queens College, Binghamton University, Stony Brook University
College Credit Courses: Molloy works with St. John’s University, Seton Hall, Long Island University, and the University at Albany. There are a wide array of subjects covered within these college credit courses. Check our molloyhs.org under the “Academics” tab for more information.
Unique Academic Programs: New cutting-edge classes including the Amazon Future Engineers Program and virtual enterprise entrepreneurship.
Admissions Requirements: A score of 65 percent or more on the TACHS, grades in the 90s/high 80s in every core subject in 6th Grade, 7th Grade, and first quarter of 8th Grade.
Scholarships/Financial Aid Availability & Requirements: Molloy offers opportunities to earn academic scholarships (based off of the results of the TACHS in conjunction with school grades) and need-based (Named) scholarships. Check wmolloyhs.org for more details. Molloy does not currently offer financial aid.
Percentage of Students on Academic Aid: 20
Motto: Non scholae sed vitae – Not For School, But For Life
What makes Archbishop Molloy a Top High School? In addition to cutting-edge academic programs, competitive sports teams, and over 60 clubs & activities, at Molloy individuals recognize their own self-worth and develop a lifetime of Christian values, critical thinking, leadership skills, and service to others.
Unique to Molloy is Freshman Camp, which takes place for one week in the summer, where a select group of freshmen get to know some of Molloy’s faculty members, upperclassmen, and their fellow freshmen. One-hundred percent of our graduates attend college.