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Students at Archbishop Molloy High School have a lot to be proud of. They are attending one of the most recognized schools in the nation. Just take a look at some of the honors Archbishop Molloy has earned:

  • Named an Outstanding American High School by U.S. News & World Report
  • Exemplary High School status by Federal Dept. of Education
  • Best in the Nation by NYS Senate
  • Highest percentage of students earning Regents Diplomas among Queens Catholic High Schools (so named by New York Newsday)
  • Featured as High School of Excellence in NY Daily News

Archbishop Molloy High School, a co-ed located in Queens, NYC, is one of the best college preparatory schools in New York City. The program is challenging, comprehensive and develops young minds into excellent thinkers with heart and soul. According to the school’s website, 100% of its student population is accepted into college. And not just any college, but some of the best colleges in the nation.

Students of Archbishop Molloy High School have been accepted into

  • Harvard
  • Boston College
  • Cornell
  • Carnegie-Melon
  • Stanford
  • Dartmouth
  • Notre Dame
  • Johns-Hopkins
  • U.S. Air Force Academy
  • West Point
  • Yale
  • Princeton
  • Duke

And that’s just the short list.

Besides a great academic program, Archishop Molloy also has a thriving Marist ministry. Athletics and extra-curricular activities are also encouraged. Athletic teams routinely compete in challenging and rewarding tournaments and events around the county. Students have a grand selection of clubs to join as well.

Here is the school’s video:

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