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Archbishop Molloy High School Overview

83-53 Manton St, Jamaica, NY 11435 , Tel: +1 (718) 441-2100
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    Type: Private High School
    Grades: 9-12
  • 1546

    Students

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Archbishop Molloy High School Ratings & Reviews

February 21, 2018 Submitted by a parent
So far so good. My son is a freshman and does not hate school. He is not terribly academic but remains engaged.
July 25, 2017 Submitted by a community member
The current fees and tuition of approximately $9,000+ is not worth it. The majority of teachers and staff are alumni and are not held accountable for their performance or behavior. Overall it does not provide an academically challenging environment or prepare students for the rigors of college. There are no research papers, many classes do not have midterms or finals, there are a lot of opportunities to retake tests and extra credit even in advanced classes that already have curves. There is no parent association or any parent involvement. There is also no student government to provide a voice and leadership for the student body. So neither parents or students have a venue for questions, complaints, concerns or input. The open house is misleading. The school lacks any type of STEM program and the recent addition of the AP Computer Science class proved weak as the teacher was not effective and students not ready for that exam. There are no classes related to engineering and a weak math department. There are too many teachers in the AP classes who do not cover those curriculums, many either not completing the curriculum in time for the test or others who are not qualified to teach that level. The school is aware but does not address this. As a result the students morale and confidence in their abilities are lowered when they are faced with grades of 1s and 2s. I will not be considering this school for my other children as a result.
October 11, 2014 Submitted by a parent
Very sorry I sent my child to Molloy, He went on full scholarship to the school. He had great marks, no discipline problems, but very I was very upset with the quality of teaching and the lack of a Christian atmosphere in the school. The Open House is a "show" and not the everyday life at Molloy. My next child will definitely be attending another Catholic High School in Queens.
October 01, 2014 Submitted by a student
Great school. I graduated back in 2010 and I felt the school provided a great foundation and education for my development. The school, at least when I went there, had good teachers, good counselors, good clubs/after school activities, and good facilities. I know that some people have said that the school didn't prepare them for college, but that experience is not the same for everyone. I am 2.5 years away from graduating medical school and I felt that Molloy prepared me well for my undergraduate courses. Like anywhere, you get what you put in. If you go there and don't want to be there, don't talk to anyone, or don't pursue your own education, your not going to learn as much as you can and you won't like it. The review about the parent complaining about the lack of parent chaperones for 9th graders was pretty funny though. There are kids in NYC that commute by themselves by the sixth grade!
May 27, 2014 Submitted by a community member
Archbishop Molloy is a High School which is operated by Marist Brothers (A Catholic Order). The school embodies education in academics and in life. Archbishop Molloy is a school that offers a challenging curriculum , a competitive sports program , voulunteer groups and plenty of extra curriculum activities. Archbishop Molly teaches its students how to become critical thinkers in life which will allow our future leaders the ability to make a positive impact on our society.
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Before you start packing, make sure Archbishop Molloy High School is really the best option for your child. To recap, Archbishop Molloy High School is a well-known private 9-12 school in Jamaica. It is located at 83-53 Manton St, Jamaica, NY 11435 and it is the second home of 1546 students. Please note that available apartments near a given school are filtered by proximity, not by attendance zone. We advise parents to visit the schools in person and contact the admissions offices for further information on school performance and attendance zones before making a final decision.

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