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2355 Duncanville Road
Dallas, TX 75211

(972) 502-1000
(972) 502-1001
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April 28, 2012
The Staff actually takes time to help students with any issues or questions they have

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October 05, 2009
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January 08, 2009
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- submitted by a parent
January 07, 2009
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- submitted by a parent
October 29, 2008
I think the school is great! My kids have improved alot here and are very happy here!

- submitted by a parent
August 21, 2008
I go to Molina, currently a junior there, I have loved my entire time there. The students and teachers are really friendly and fun. I never realized that I could have such an amazing time there.

- submitted by a student
June 28, 2008
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- submitted by a student
May 23, 2008
My kids went to Duncanville High School...and it was a nightmare!! The kids there have nothing but racial tension! Teachers didn't care and noone seemed to want to help out in anyway! We moved to Molina and I know it was the best thing for them! Their grades have improved! The only thing that I do not stand for are some of the teacher! Some teachers put these kids down and are nothing but negative!!! If the teachers can't stand how the kids dress and talk then they need to get out of the teaching profession! Just because they dress in a way they don't like doesn't mean that the kids aren't smart!!!!!!!!!! I want to thank the Teachers and Coaches who do Believe in your students!!! We appreciate teachers who care !!!!!!!

- submitted by a parent
September 15, 2007
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- submitted by a parent
no rating September 06, 2007
My daughter is a Senior this year at Molina, she has been there since she was a Freshman. We hear about all the problems that the school may have but what High School doesn't have problems? I also believe that it does start at home. There are alot of parents that don't get involved, have to work all the time, etc. Parents need to make time for their kids. It is so important. Talk to the school, make calls to the teachers, communicate. Ask about homework assignments, behavior, tardiness, etc. If there are problems arising and you have that communication, alot of times you can correct the problems before it gets out of hand. My daughter loves her school and friends at Molina and she is a good student, her grades are great. To me this says alot about the school and teachers to make her feel this way about Molina.

- submitted by a parent
September 05, 2007
I am a Molina High school senior, I've attended Molina since my freshman year. I'll admit that the school has changed over the 4 years, but every school does. We've actually had a good year. There are ups and downs-but there is some in every school. Yeah there's fights and skipping, but that's really up to us, the students to do so. No one peer pressures us to do so. Parents might come on here and speak their mind, but the truth is they don't know what goes on around here. If their kids tell them something, that doesn't mean everything is true. They wouldn't tell their parents if they were to be the class clows, would they? And the teachers aren't bad. I've had 30 teacher in these 4 years, and I never had the guts to blame a teacher for my failure. Stop blaming and get involved.

- submitted by a student
August 05, 2007
I've read all the comments about this school from angry parents and students. It's not as bad as they want you to believe. There is a lot of blame placed on teachers and administrators for actions of students, including fighting and skipping school. Who is really responsible for this? When parents take responsibility for their children, that's when children change. Teachers at Molina are not babysitters. They are teachers. If more parents would take an interest in what their kids do when they walk out of the house in the morning, there would be improvements. I'm not criticizing. I'm asking that parents try to get more involved in their children and stop making excuses for things that they, the parents, should be taking care.

- submitted by a teacher
April 23, 2007
Molina with each year gets worse! some teachers dont even care for the students, they expect the students to teach themselves... All these cliques being formed is only causing problems. Everyday for the past 3-4 weeks i have seen students fighting out in the street across from the school and why... Because of these cliques. The one good thing about the school are the teachers who do care, and take their time to make sure every student learns.

- submitted by a parent
September 19, 2006
I am not very happy with Molina and their staff. I have tried to get a hold of my child's progress throughout the last two years. Everytime I call, I get the runaround. I ask for teachers voice mails or e-mails, I am told that they do not have these utilities to communicate with the parents. When I asked for my children's progress report, I was told to wait until report cards are out! By then it will be too late to help our children! Terrible all-around Communication! The registration paperwork asked when the student was married and how many children to they have. What does that say about this school?

- submitted by a parent
July 08, 2006
The school itself is not a problem, it's the staff that needs to pay additional attention to its students needs and predicaments. There is not enough information being passed out for students to regard at such as scholarship and college application deadlines and students cannot learn well if the instructors here don't start paying close attention. Both parents and students should receive news on what is going on it their school. More parents should join the PTA.

- submitted by a former student
June 10, 2006
Great school. Not very cutural mixed but still a very nice school.

- submitted by a parent
June 01, 2006
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- submitted by a teacher
February 21, 2006
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- submitted by a administrator
January 15, 2006
Great school, but a lot of scandals go on here. The entire faculty is dedicated but find it hard to concentrate on their job when so much is going around. Administration is always changing and nothing seems to stay the same from one year to the next. The school itself is not kept up very well.

- submitted by a parent
January 11, 2006
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- submitted by a parent
July 30, 2005
Molina seems to always have a great faculty who take a lot of interest in each & every student. I've been very impressed with the professionalism of the teachers at this school. They strive very hard to help each student become successful.

- submitted by a teacher
July 14, 2005
I think this school is so unorganized and regret the day we moved to the DISD District. Kids skip school and parents don't get notified until the kid has skipped about 20 times. How ridiculous is that. Word of advise, don't send your kids to this school

- submitted by a parent
April 13, 2005
This school has a lot of improvements to make within the student body. They need to improve on the way that the children behave and the lax way that they make the children responsible for their behavior. I'm sure that not all of the students have this type of attitude, but I feel as though alot of them don't really care about doing the work that it takes to succeed. It's much too easy to just do what needs to be done to get by. With some of the teachers, that's okay. I don't really feel that my child will be ready for college if this is where he graduates from. I know that it's up to the children to to do their best. But, here it very hard to do. There are too many students and too many distractions.

- submitted by a parent
November 22, 2004
I was pleasantly surprised, my child have never attended any DISD schools, she grew up in a totally different environment. I was very surprise at the acceptance from other students. The discipline from the principals and staff, they are pretty strict especially between classes. Overall it was a good school and most kids there are good kids. The only two things that I didn't like is that I'm a very involved parent and the school wasn't used to having parents like myself, at first they were a little uncomfortable w/ me, after a while they got used to me always calling and coming by.

- submitted by a parent
June 02, 2004
I belive this school is well balanced, a little of every personality, considering the reputation of the area I belive my daughter did very well in this school (a/b honor), I belive if a teacher makes 1 kid learn somenthing everyday she/he has acomplish what there are there to do.Its not about all, but about the ones that want to learn, and they are some there, I dont agree with that parent that made it sound like the teachers are wasting there time because there are no kids there that want to learn. Thank you to all the teacher that care.

- submitted by a parent
April 14, 2004
This school is highly recomended because the teachers have a step by step process in which the student is more likely to learn.

- submitted by a student
March 03, 2004
If you want your child to be in an environment where the teachers are highly qualified, but the students don't care about learning...send them to Molina.

- submitted by a community member
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Moises E Molina High School
2355 Duncanville Road, Dallas, TX  75211
(972) 502-1000
Last modified Moises E Molina High School is a Public school that serves grades 9-12. It has received a GreatSchools rating of 4 out of 10 based on academic quality.
Moises E Molina High School Rating: 3 out of 5 based on 27 reviews. Top