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Kellenberg Summer Camps

Sign up for Kellenberg Summer Camps at
Kellenbergsummercamps.com 

Kellenberg Summer Camp Program & Theater Workshop presents

Seussical Jr.

Date: Friday, July 21st
Where: Kellenberg Auditorium
Time: 1:15 pm (Doors Open at 12:45 pm)
Admission: Free

Admission is free and open to all. We encourage you to include in your party any family members and friends who wish to attend.

If you have any questions please contact Mr. A’Hearn at mrahearn@kellenberg.org or at (516) 292-0200.

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  • July 12, 2017

    On July 12, Bishop John Barres paid a visit to Kellenberg Memorial High School's Summer Camps program. While on campus, Bishop Barres spent time with the students attending our athletic camps, as well as our drama workshop, robotics camps, and our creative writing camp. Bishop Barres used his experience as a point guard at Princeton University to explain the importance of teamwork and leadership when it comes to the faith.

  • July 6, 2017

    The following 11 KMHS softball players were awarded as 2017 NFCA All-America Scholar Athletes for maintaining a 3.5 or higher GPA this past school year: Nicole Giella ’17 Megan Harvey ’17 Kaitlin Maniscalco ’17 Maura Zaccaria ’17 Kasey Beggi ’18 Kaitlyn Giaccone ’18 Madison Keller ’18 Riley Lim-Ellis ’18 Clare Posillico ’18 Caroline Bratichak ’19 Stephanie Conrade ’19

  • July 5, 2017

    Article by Faith Agolia '18 On June 26th, thirty-four members of the junior class woke up early to arrive at Kellenberg Memorial for the long-awaited history camp. Mr. Bursig, Mr. Cioffi, Miss Frisina, and Mrs. York ushered the students onto the buses, departing at 9:00, as we headed towards Hyde Park, NY, the home of Franklin Delano Roosevelt. Upon our arrival, we entered FDR’s theatre, where many famous figures at the time, such as Churchill and the Queen of England, once sat. After we watched a movie about Roosevelt’s fame and fortune, a park ranger led us on a tour.

  • July 3, 2017

    The week following students' comprehensive exams, 142 freshmen took part in the Catholic Experience Summer Program; a Kellenberg Memorial tradition since 2012. For five days, students boarded six busses embarking on daily spiritual excursions where they were able to experience their faith while getting to know other students and members of the Kellenberg Memorial faculty. Students visited the Shrine of Our Lady of the Island in Manorville, St. Joseph's Church in Garden City, St. John's University, and Maribah Marianist Retreat House in Muttontown. Thanks to all who took part in the camp!

  • June 24, 2017

    Congratulations to Latin School students from the sixth and seventh grade who are featured this week in Newsday's Kidsday section. Writers include Lance Allen, Theresa Amico, Theresa Bambrick, Emily Carroll, Isabel Connolly, Nicholas Cortese, Ella DeCamp, Christopher DeLuca, Tori Famularo, Andrew Galligan, Grace Garcia, Julia Garcia, Anabella Ginebra, Hilary Heaney, Penelope Henshaw, Vincenza Julian, Tresa Karnati, Aisling Kelly, Declan Lennan, Caroline Lopez, Olivia Marciano, Andrea McPherson, Micaela Maywald, Lauren McCarthy, James McCormack, Molly McGoldrick, Isabella McKay, Kaitlyn Messina, Elizabeth Mooney, Jack Murphy, Owen Murphy, Carmela Musso, Elizabeth Musso, Meaghan O’Keefe, Jake Orfano, Jillian Palmeri, George Pappas, Colin Richards, Isabella Rollo,

  • June 21, 2017

    Article by Newsday's Ari Kramer: Kellenberg’s Brendan Kelly and Marco Mongelli remembered watching another team hoist the trophy after the 2016 CHSAA AA boys lacrosse intersectional title game. They remembered their senior teammates crying. With one year left on varsity, they vowed to not go out the same way. “I never thought I would see someone cry,” Mongelli said. Added Kelly, “Seeing all the seniors, how broken they all were, it just motivated all of us to work that much harder.” Seven state championships had come and gone since the CHSAA added a Class AA title game, and Kellenberg had

  • June 14, 2017

    Four members of the class of 2017 have elected to serve their country after their time at Kellenberg Memorial High School. Please keep the following graduates in your prayers as they commit themselves to their future endeavors.  Margaret Oriani '17 Appointed to United States Military Academy at West Point James Mahon '17 Appointed to United States Merchant Marine Academy at Kings Point Cyril George '17 Enlisting in the United States Marine Corps Craig Wallace '17 Enlisting in the United States Marine Corps

  • June 14, 2017

    The students in Mrs. von Schoenermarck's fifth period and seventh period English classes completed a combined total of 382 books that they read independently from September to June of this school year!  Using Peggy Kittle's model from Book Love, they embarked on a reading journey that incorporated 10 minutes of in-class reading every Monday and Wednesday and 10 minutes at home on the other nights in an attempt to read an hour per week. The students held "Book Talks" every Friday, introducing two selections for the class to consider, and engaged in one-on-one conferences with their teacher at least once a

  • June 13, 2017

    Congratulations to Chris Cappas '17 on becoming the first player in NSCHSAA history to win both Player and Pitcher of the Year.  At the plate,  Chris batted .438 with 3 home runs, 2 triples, and 2 doubles and batted in a league leading 22 runs.  Maybe his most impressive statistic was that Chris struckout only once in 68 plate appearances.  On the mound, Chris was a dominant pitcher posting an ERA of .18 (allowing only one earned run the entire season) with 53 strikeouts in 39 innings.  Chris needed the season not allowing a run in 25 consecutive innings.  Head coach, Chris Alfalla, says, "He

  • June 9, 2017

    Kellenberg Memorial High School General Excellence Award Outstanding Young Man & Young Lady Juliana Cosenza & Gerard DeAngelis   Kellenberg Memorial High School Francis T. Keenan, S.M. Valedictorian Award Thomas Greco   Kellenberg Memorial High School Father Francis T. Keenan, S.M. Salutatorian Award Amanda Greco   Academic Excellence Award Awarded to the Young Man & Young Lady with the Highest Cumulative Averages From Grades 9 – 12 Maximillian Calleo and Justina Henein   Edward J. Dunn Student-Athlete Award Awarded to the Most Outstanding Young Man & Young Lady Student Athletes Alyssa Boll and Steven Hoffman     Brother Richard J.

A Message From Kellenberg Memorial High School Administration

It was reported that inappropriate behavior occurred among three seventh grade students in the hallways of our middle school, resulting in immediate and significant disciplinary actions against two of these seventh graders. As minors were involved, we are constrained, both ethically and by law, from providing details of the inappropriate behavior. Kellenberg Memorial took prompt action after being notified of this behavior and did so in keeping with the school’s long established protocols.

We need to restate and remind students, parents and alumni that our single most important mission is the welfare of our students. We have, and will continue to maintain, a policy that responds quickly and effectively.