Archbishop Molloy H.S.
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An Archbishop Molloy student uses a college prep station during a class taught by Dan Quinn, Class of 2000, in the school's Research Lab.
An Archbishop Molloy student uses a college prep station during a class taught by Dan Quinn, Class of 2000, in the school's Research Lab.
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83-53 Manton Street

Briarwood, NY 11435

(718) 441-2100

Catholic, Marist, Co-ed


Students: 1,548

Number of teachers: 84

Average Class Size: 35

Extracurricular Activities: Up to 80 sports, clubs and activities including Choral Music, Marist Youth, National Honor Society, SMILE Program, Student Council, Varsity Sports and Model U.N.

Open House: October 20, from 11am to 4pm

Admissions Director: Leslie Poole Petit (718) 441.2100 x155

Percent of Seniors Attending College: 100

Top 2013 Seniors Attending: Brown, Boston College, Cornell, Columbia, Cooper Union, N.Y.U., R.I.T. CUNY Macaulay Honors, Villanova, Stevens Institute, Sophie Davis

Most Attended College: St. John’s University, Queens College, Adelphi

Average SAT: Above the Average for New York State and National Scores

College Credit Courses: English Literature, Calculus, Psychology and Global History. The St. John's University/Seton Hall Extension Program enables students to earn college credit and placement while still in high school by providing college-level courses with credit accepted at many other colleges and universities.

Admissions Requirements: 90% Grade Average, TACHS Score in the Top Quarter Percent

School Motto: Non scholae sed vitae - Not For School, But For Life

Mission Statement: Archbishop Molloy High School is a Catholic Marist school that fosters an exemplary education in mind, body and spirit for a diverse college-bound population. Molloy offers a unique, challenging and comprehensive program of instruction, guidance, and activities. Here individuals recognize their self-worth and develop a lifetime of Christian values, critical thinking, leadership skills and service to others.

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