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Pictured from left to right: Brandon Kinsler, Audrey McBrien, Mr. Kenneth Conrade, Taylor Catalano, Nicholas Aquino, Joseph Levano, Mary Guardino, Suzane Hom. Not pictured: Cynthia DeFranco, Luke Porcari

Kellenberg Students Honored by National Merit Scholarship Program

Pictured from left to right: Brandon Kinsler, Audrey McBrien, Mr. Kenneth Conrade, Taylor Catalano, Nicholas Aquino, Joseph Levano, Mary Guardino, Suzane Hom. Not pictured: Cynthia DeFranco, Luke Porcari This year Kellenberg is pleased to announce the nominations of eight students who have been honored by the National Merit® Scholarship Program as well as one student who has been nominated as a semifinalist in the National Achievement Scholarship Program. Senior Mary Guardino has earned semifinalist recognition based on her performance on the... Read More


A Student Reflection on the First School Mass of the Year

Article by Madison Callinan, Class of 2018: On September 18, the freshman class gathered for their first mass together. Leaving second period twenty minutes early, the class of 2018 chatted excitedly on their way to the gym. Upon entering, much to their delight, they discovered that the gym was all theirs! As the sunlight filtered through the new blue and gold stained glass windows, the atmosphere was magical. On such a beautiful day it only seemed fitting to praise the Lord. Many enthusiastic freshmen volunteered to sing with the Jubilee Choir,... Read More


“We Live the Faith, We Teach the Faith” – PREP at Kellenberg Memorial

Article by Megan Rowen, Class of 2016 This year, as a junior at Kellenberg, I was asked to be a member of PREP (Parish Religious Education Program). This activity brings and prepares Kellenberg students to be religious education instructors at nine local parishes. Before the start of teaching religious education at our designated schools, the new members were asked to go upstate to Founder’s Hollow, the Marianist’s retreat residence, for a weekend retreat. Having never been there before, I had no idea how much this experience would increase... Read More

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Sodality Opening Prayer Service

Article by Lindsay Appel, Class of 2015: The annual sodality opening prayer service marked the beginning of the year for our weekly sodality meetings. Father Chaminade started the tradition of sodalities, which we continue at Kellenberg. Every Monday from 3:00– 3:30 all other activities are put on hold so the whole school is able to meet with their groups, led by a teacher, to talk on a wide range of topics related to their Catholic faith. The opening prayer service was lead by our school chaplain Father Thomas Cardone, S.M. The Gregorian Consortium... Read More


Newsday: Kellenberg’s Rudley Dorce: From bench to hat trick

From Newsday’s Will Sammon: Rudley Dorce said he was heartbroken. Two weeks ago, Dorce was removed from the Kellenberg boys soccer team’s starting lineup because he was underperforming, according to coach William Masiulis. “He wasn’t playing to the level of what I know he was capable of,” Masiulis said. “He just didn’t seem comfortable. We needed him to work on developing his touch.” At first, the benching crushed the senior forward, who didn’t make the team last year. In recent practices, however,... Read More

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Sophomores Reflect on Strengthening Their Faith on Retreat

Article by Kidist Allonce & Owen Brown (Class of 2017): The Sophomore Homeroom Retreats are off and running this school year. The retreats are moderated by Bro. Roger Poletti, S.M., Mr. James Krug, Mr. Douglas Cioffi, Mr. Robert York and Mrs. Peggy York. The moderators are assisted by members of the senior retreat staff or the S.A.I.N.T.S. The first two homeroom retreats were filled with anticipation and curiosity. What will be the themes of this year’s retreat? Will it be much different from freshman year? As we get upstairs, our homerooms... Read More


Dan Zider (’11) Featured by Adelphi University’s School of Business

Article by Jordan Chapman posted on Adelphi University’s School of Business website (click here to view). If 80 percent of success is just showing up, when Dan Zider first stepped foot on Adelphi soil he was ahead of the game but, even then, simply graduating wasn’t enough. He had a plan, and it was time sensitive. “Sure, gold can lose value, aluminum can lose value, but time always loses value. Measure twice, cut once and make sure what you’re doing is worth it. You can never get time back, which is why you should hit the ground running,”... Read More

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Lady Firebirds Victorious at Lindenhurst Invitational Volleyball Tournament

With the score teetering at 13-12 in the championship final, Gabby Caputo launched 2 perfect serves to help Kellenberg seize the title at the Lindenhurst Invitational Volleyball Tournament on Saturday over Nassau County powerhouse Massapequa: 17-25; 25-15; 15-12. The Firebirds posted a strong record out of pool play, thanks to the 58 service points of Tina Ceriello & Tori Moulder’s 16 blocking points. After cruising through a quarterfinal victory over Half Hollow Hills East, the squad found itself down 1 game to zero against Sachem East... Read More


The Island Now: Kellenberg varsity takes on NHP TOP soccer

From New Hyde Park TOP soccer was again fortunate that the Kellenberg Memorial varsity boys soccer team volunteered to help out with practice on Saturday, Sept. 13 The Kellenberg boys come each fall and the Varsity players and the TOP soccer athletes look forward to it every year.  After warm-ups and some fun practice drills, the Varsity athletes challenged the TOP soccer players to a game. NHP Wildcats TOP Seniors 11, Kellenberg 4. The TOP Seniors had a great game against the Kellenberg players since they had home field advantage.... Read More


Gregorian Consortium Sings at Nassau County 9/11 Memorial

Article by Natallie Gallego, Class of 2015: The members of Gregorian Consortium, one of the liturgical choirs at Kellenberg, gathered for an overnight faith experience in Emmanuel, Kellenberg’s retreat house. The retreat began on the night of Wednesday, September 10 and was run by Mr. Alex Basile, Miss Christine Solimeno, and Mr. Matthew Bursig, the moderators of Gregorian. The students ate dinner together and then participated in a group discussion and were challenged to choose a song that they wish they had written. “We all got to know each... Read More

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