Molloy’s JV basketball coach battled breast cancer alongside her mom last year.
Two Catholic runners are set to run this year’s NYC Marathon.
Molloy is the 2021 GCHSAA JV softball Tier 1 city champs.
Konchalski’s typewriter was donated to the school.
At its inaugural town hall discussion last month, Archbishop Molloy High School’s new Council for Diversity & Inclusion posed a community-wide question: “What does black excellence mean to you?”
The superintendents of schools for the Diocese of Brooklyn and Archdiocese of New York, supporting the Catholic High School Sports Athletic Association (CHSAA), are appealing to the city to allow “high-risk sports to commence immediately.”
Six Archbishop Molloy High School students were recently named as winners and first runners-up in an essay contest held by the Knights of Columbus’ Juniper Valley Council #14578.
The longtime H.S. basketball scout and devout Catholic died Feb. 8.
Archbishop Molloy High School’s Peer Guidance Program proved to be more crucial than ever when the pandemic upended students’ lives in the spring of 2020. It has been a staple in the Queens high school’s curriculum since 1973, as an offshoot of the late Brother Leo Richard Morris and Sheila Murphy’s Something More in Life’s Experience afterschool program in 1964.
As people faced hardships, uncertainty, and fear at the start of the pandemic, Archbishop Molloy High School alumnus Dante Giraldi was determined to help those most affected in Queens, where he grew up.