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The Phoenix – Vol. 28 No. 1

The Phoenix is now printed in full color tabloid style. Click the cover page below to download the latest version: Editor-in-Chief: Tim McKenna Staff Editors: Sarah Ellis, James Hilepo, Katherina Palion, James Perrone, Paul Samson Distribution Editor: Brenna Toy Faculty Moderators: Mr. Flood, Mrs. Spiegel, Mr. Cummings Staff Writers: Elizabeth Collins, Catherine Dotzler, Brian Faller, Delia Fernandez, Pat Fitzgerald, Caitlin Gaine, Patrick Graham, Emma Greco, Mary Guardino, Suzanne Hom, Brian Keane, Emilia Klapak, Timothy Landers, Cara... Read More


Latin School C.R.O.S.S. Pilgrimage

Latin School C.R.O.S.S. Members went on a mini-pilgrimage to Cure of Ars Church in Merrick on Thursday, October 16, 2014. The pilgrimage began in the prayer garden (where there are life-size holy statues and rosary beads as well as the Stations of the Cross) with the recitation of the Marianist Three O’Clock Prayer at the foot of the Crucifixion scene. C.R.O.S.S. volunteers then led the pilgrims in the Joyful Mysteries with prayerful meditations. Students then toured the gardens and prayed privately for family and friends. We exited the prayer... Read More


Lady Firebirds Capture First Ever League Cross Country Title

Senior Jazmine Fray’s second place finish, junior Deidre Lewin’s fifth place finish, along with exceptional performances by seniors Raquel Lopez, Kate Elnick, Emily O’Hara, Rebecca Marks, and converted sprinter, junior Sarah Newman cemented the Lady Firebirds first ever League Cross Country team title. On the beautiful autumnal Sunday at Sunken Meadow State Park not only did the Varsity squad win, but the sweep was in as both Freshman and Junior Varsity squads won their respective titles! Congratulations!  Read More →

Left: sophomore Allison Chin – Right: senior Vittoria Notaro

Newsday: Kellenberg’s Allison Chin, Vittoria Notaro first and second in all-around at CHSAA individual championship

Left: sophomore Allison Chin – Right: senior Vittoria Notaro Article by Newsday’s Laura Albanese: “There are times Allison Chin doesn’t seem to touch the ground — floating gently through the air during her vault, the series of dizzying roundoffs and back-handsprings during her floor routine or that newly-acquired side aerial on the beam. “And, as it turned out, it was that sort of walking-on-air lightness that had her . . . well . . . walking on air. “Chin, a Kellenberg sophomore,…” Read the full... Read More


Latin School Students Compete in Spelling Bee

On Tuesday, October 8, the Brother Joseph C. Fox Latin School had its annual Spelling Bee in the Kellenberg Memorial High School auditorium. Thirty contestants from grades six, seven, and eight battled through twelve rounds of challenging words such as entanglement, harmonious, fluorescent, and even rhinoceros. The students continued with endless energy until it came down to the last two winning words – “silhouette” and “technique”. The winner of the Spelling Bee was Christian Morales of 8D, and the runner-up was Catherine Dotzler of 8B.... Read More

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O Peaceful Night: A Reflection on the Value of Life and its Gifts

Article by Alexa Ford, Class of 2016: I was lucky enough to become a part of Gregorian Consortium my freshman year. It was welcoming and comforting to know I became part of such an amazing group. We sing at every Mass in Kellenberg and at various events throughout the school year such as Angel of Hope, Triumph of the Cross, the 9/11 Memorial Service in Point Lookout, and many more. Aside from all our performances, we also put a CD out every year for the students, their families, and friends to hear. The Gregorian Consortium is moderated by Mr. Basile,... Read More

Vatrsity Cheer

KMHS Varsity Cheerleaders hold Youth Cheerleading Clinic

Article by Bianca Costanzo, Class of 2015: Spirits roared through the firebird’s gymnasium on October 18. Every year, girls from fourth to seventh grade gather together for a cheer clinic lead by Kellenberg’s own varsity cheer team. The morning started off as a blast while the varsity squad was introduced by demonstrating exceptional stunts and tumbling. Then, the varsity cheerleaders set up in position to execute a routine including a cheer, dance, and stunting pyramid. Following the introduction, varsity cheerleading coach, Ms. Vigario, taught... Read More

FAITH Day 2014

The Class of 2018 – “Let FAITH Arise”

Article by Paige Perrone and Stephanie Parmiter, Class of 2018: As incoming freshmen we presumed that Freshman F.A.I.T.H. Day was a way to keep the freshmen doing something while the upperclassmen took the PSATs. We couldn’t have been more wrong!  The main goal at Kellenberg is not only to educate the mind, but the Kellenberg faculty also strives to educate the heart.  That is what FAITH Day taught us this past Wednesday. The faculty encourages students to “let faith arise” in every way they can, especially on this day. To initiate... Read More

Pictured below from left to right are Coach Mulkeen, seniors Emily O'Hara, Kathryn Elnick, Jazmine Fray, Raquel Lopez, junior Sarah Newman, freshman Julia Bryant, and Coaches Brown and Cleary.

Lady Firebird Victorious at the 49th annual Nassau Coaches Invitational

After witnessing their freshman counterparts win the freshman team title, the Girls Varsity Cross Country team won the team title in a runaway! Senior Jazmine Fray returned to her top form by winning the race and earning a plaque for the fastest time of the day (pictured). Senior and Co-Captain Kathryn Elnick also holds the first place team plaque as fellow senior Raquel Lopez holds her distinguished Fifth Man Award. Pictured below from left to right are Coach Mulkeen, seniors Emily O’Hara, Kathryn Elnick, Jazmine Fray, Raquel... Read More

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Firebird Homecoming 2014

Article by Ismenia Ginebra, Class of 2018: Imagine the sun is shining, a cool breeze is blowing, and you are gathered together with all your friends. Put this all together, and you get the perfect day for our annual Homecoming Game. This past Sunday, October 5, our Varsity football team took on the Hackley Hornets from Tarrytown at the Mitchel Athletic Complex. The stadium was filled with students from all grades, and even some Kellenberg teachers and families, all in their Kellenberg attire, showing off their Firebird spirit as they awaited the... Read More


Students Gather for First XLT of the Year

Article by Katherina Palion, Class of 2016: Over 300 people took part in the first XLT of the school year on September 30, 2014. XLT, or Exalt, has become a popular, monthly event for students and faculty to gather for dinner, singing, and adoration. For many people it is a great opportunity to grow closer to Christ through prayer with the community. XLT is popular not only with Kellenberg students, but also among the Chaminade students, who are invited to come with Brother Lawrence. The night began with dinner in the cafeteria, served by SALT... Read More


Newsday: Anthony Leone’s sack keeps Kellenberg on top

Article by Newsday’s Jason Stromberg: Hackley School had Kellenberg’s defense right where it wanted it. Trailing 10-7 with two minutes remaining, Hackley quarterback Ryan Walker took over on Kellenberg’s 30-yard line. Following a 19-yard completion to Winston Britton on first down that placed the ball at the 11 with 1:47 remaining, Walker again tried to fit one in to Britton in the end zone, only to see the ball land incomplete. On second-and-10, Anthony Leone had seen enough. The Firebirds’ defensive end sacked Walker for... Read More


Firebirds Rally Their Spirits for 2014 Homecoming

Article by Kennedy Murray, Class of 2016: After days of building excitement, Kellenberg’s spirit week came to a captivating climax on Friday, October 3rd with the Fall Sports Pep Rally. Leading up to the momentous occasion, the day was full of tangible eagerness as athletes proudly traded in their blazers for jerseys. This was merely the icing on the cake, after a week’s worth of enthusiastic commercials airing each morning following morning announcements, promoting school spirit and the pep rally on Friday. When the time finally came, the... Read More

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