• Principal:  Dr. Terry-Ann Rodriguez:  terrodriguez@dallasisd.org

    Assistant Principals:

    Mr. Amir Boroujerdi

    Ms. Harriet Course

    Mr. Adam Flores

    Mr. Jacob Johnson 

    Ms. Irene Rangel

    Ms. Elizabeth Robles



    Grade Levels:  9-12

    Trustee District and Trustee Name:  Ben Mackey, District 7

    School Division/FeederPattern:  Moises E. Molina Feeder Pattern

    Executive Director: Dr. Mark Ramirez

     Dallas ISD Student Dress Code Policy

    School Colors:  Black and Teal

    Mascot:  Jaguar

    Extracurricular Activities:
    Academic Decathlon
    Animal Protective Advocates
    Anime Club
    Baseball (boys)
    Basketball (girls and boys)
    Book Club
    Chess Club
    Color Guard
    Cross Country (girls and boys)
    Dance & Drill Team
    Exceptional LeadersFootball
    Garage band
    Gay-Straight Alliance
    Golf (girls and boys)
    International Thespian Society
    Mock Trial
    Modern Band
    Molina Mentors
    Multi-Cultural Club
    National Honor Society
    Parent Teacher Student Association
    Soccer (girls and boys)
    Softball (girls)
    Spanish National Honor Society
    Sports Medicine
    Student Sports Trainer Program
    Swimming (girls and boys)
    Tennis (girls and boys)
    Track (girls and boys)
    UIL Academic Team
    Volleyball (girls)
    Wrestling (girls and boys)


    Biography of Moisès E. Molina 

    The school opened in August 1997 across Duncanville Road from Mountain View College. The school is named for Moisés E. Molina, a musician and retired Dallas ISD teacher. Known to his friends as Moe, Molina was born in 1946 and raised in McAllen, Texas. He received his Bachelor of Music degree from The University of Texas at Arlington and his Master of Education degree from the University of North Texas in Denton. After serving in the U.S. Army, Molina joined the staff at Adamson High School in 1975. When he started at Adamson, only 12 students were in the high school’s band. In the 19 years that he taught at Adamson, the number of participants steadily increased to 65. In recognition of his success in achieving his mission, Molina was the winner of several teaching awards, including the prestigious Hispanic Business Association’s Stand and Deliver Award, The University of Texas at Austin’s Texas Excellence Award for Outstanding High School Teachers, and the Lincoln Mercury Dealers Excellence in Arts Education Award. He was one of five finalists for the Dallas Independent School District Teacher of the Year in 1990-91 and was inducted into the Oak Cliff School and Community Hall of Fame in 1989. Molina passed away on March 25, 1994, leaving a legacy in Oak Cliff.