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Baseball Reunion 9/30/17

Final Andrew Harvey Memorial 5K Fun Run 10/1/17

Stanner Alumni Reunion 11/4/17

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Note: “Looking Back” is going on Summer Vacation! Our bi-weekly t-shirt contest will return in September to kick off the eighth year of The Beehive. Congratulations to all of this year’s winners!

Contest Details: Be the first to name at least 3 people in the photo above and you win a Molloy t-shirt! Email and include your name, address & shirt size. The winner & answers will appear in the next Beehive.

Champagnat: Our Model

I do not know if I heard it in a lecture, read it in an article or book, or if it was an idea that was exchanged in a conversation, but at some time in my life I heard a description of a saint that has stayed with me throughout my life’s journey. Saints are people who, in all the messiness of life, help us to understand that it is still possible to live the Gospel.

I am a son of Saint Marcellin Champagnat and a disciple of Jesus Christ. I seek to live the Gospel in the manner of Mary. I am a Marist. Whether in a classroom, around a table, or in the midst of young people, Marcellin is a model and guide who can help us live ordinary lives with extraordinary love. Being attentive to the presence of God in our everyday encounters and experiences invites us to new growth in our relationships with others and our loving God. Each day offers new opportunities.

Marcellin told the early Marist Brothers that to become a brother is to undertake to become a saint. By the life we live, may we strive to be faithful witnesses to the Good News of Jesus Christ.

Reflection Questions: Do I attentively seek to grow in holiness? Where/how in my ordinary life do I witness the Good News of Jesus Christ?

— Br. Owen Ormsby, FMS
Executive Director
Marist Brothers Center at Esopus

Read about Stanners currently making headlines!

Karina Event 

Karina Event 

Karina Event 

Varsity Softball 

Varsity Softball 

Jon Kulig ’05 

Dominick Longobardi ’83 

Michael Longobardi ’84 

Cole Anthony ’19 

The Stanner Newspaper 

Aryn McClure ’15 

Maurice Stucke ’83 

Nick Derba ’03 

Vince Aliperti ’87

The Fund For Molloy is Archbishop Molloy High School’s annual giving campaign. The Fund is a vital part of the School’s finances. Tuition alone does not account for the full costs associated with receiving a Stanner education. To keep tuition affordable and accessible for all, income from Molloy’s endowments and The Fund For Molloy make up the difference. Each year, alumni, parents and friends make gifts that have a meaningful impact on the school’s budget. For over 122 years we have relied on our community to help fulfill our educational mission. We are grateful to all who have stepped up for Stanner High in the past and hope you will continue to support Molloy.

Every gift to The Fund For Molloy, whatever its size, makes a valuable and immediate difference for the school and its students. Contact to learn about ways to give or make your gift online today.

The Stanner Alumni Center works with alumni to host events, spread news and promote Stanner businesses. If you have a personal or professional accomplishment to your credit, or any Molloy or alumni news that you would like us to include in The Beehive, please share it! We hope you will always keep us updated on your latest Stanner stories. Email

Click Here for past event photo galleries, or view our most recent event galleries below:

Walk/Run for Karina New!

Graduation ’17 New!

Grad Breakfast ’17 New!

St. Ann Breakfast ’17 New!

Stanner Golf Classic ’17 New!

Stanner Hall of Fame

Evening w/ Ray Kelly 

Alumni Night ’17

Br. Ron Dinner ’17

Stanner Reunion ’16

Molloy Oktoberfest ’16

Harvey 5K Fun Run ’16

Baseball Reunion ’16

2015 St. Ann’s Communion Breakfast

St. Ann’s Communion Breakfast

June 7th, 2015

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