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Kellenberg Features


Newsday: Kellenberg hurdler Panico doubles at Eastern Classic

Article by Newsday’s Jordan Lauterbach (Photo credit: Kathleen Malone-Van Dyke) Kellenberg’s Joseph Panico still had that taste in his mouth, and it wasn’t a good one. He also still had that cut on his shoulder. It happened April 12 at the Nanuet Relays. Panico fell over the final hurdle in the 1,200-meter intermediate relay. Kellenberg still won the event, but that didn’t calm the fire inside Panico. “It’s embarrassing to fall in front of all those people,” he said. He wanted redemption and he got it.... Read More


Fr. Andrew Apostoli, C.F.R. Speaks on Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen at the 27th Annual Communion Breakfast

This past Palm Sunday, over a thousand Kellenberg Memorial High School students, parents, faculty, and guests gathered together to celebrate the Eucharist and begin the final Lenten journey into Holy Week. Following the Mass, Fr. Andrew Apostoli of the Franciscan Friars of the Renewal (C.F.R.) spoke on the life and the cause for canonization of the venerable Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen based on his life experience and personal relationship with the late prelate. Below, please enjoy Fr. Apostoli’s address to those gathered at Kellenberg Memorial’s... Read More

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Newsday: Jazmine Fray sets strong pace for Kellenberg in Knight-Time meet

Article by Jordan Lauterbach origionally on Twenty-three hundred meters. Two gold medals. Yes, it was a pretty good Saturday for Kellenberg’s Jazmine Fray. Fray won the 800 in 2 minutes, 16.72 seconds and the 1,500 in 4:58.30 at the Knight-Time Invitational Saturday at Uniondale High School. Fray and Brooklyn Tech’s Ejiro Ojeni battled it out for the 800 crown. Ojeni spent the majority of the race inches from Fray, peaking over her shoulder, waiting for any sign of weakness. And it never came. “It felt fine,”... Read More


KMHS Students are Awarded at Diocesan Respect Life Youth Awards Ceremony

Kellenberg Memorial High School is pleased to announce that eight of its students were recognized as Place Winners and Finalists in the March 27, 2014 Diocesan Respect Life Youth Awards Ceremony. Their submissions were selected from over a thousand entries island-wide. Among the winners receiving monetary scholarships totaling $1,750.00 were junior Natalie Gallego and sophomore Kylie Roberts for their first place music and poetry entries, respectively. Also in the poetry category, sophomore Maria Rose Giamanco captured second place as did fellow... Read More

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Speech and Debate Team Performs Well at the NYSFL Championship Tournament

During the weekend of April 4th and 5th the Speech and Debate Team traveled to Delhi, New York to compete in the New York State Forensic League State Championship Tournament. This year the host school was Delaware Academy. In order to qualify students must receive qualifications in two separate tournaments finishing in the top of their respective categories. The Long Island League is one of the toughest in all of New York. Throughout the weekend hundreds of student from the various schools could be seen performing their selections or debating their... Read More


Latin School Students are Winners in the Diocese of Rockville Centre’s Annual Respect Life Contest

Congratulations to several of our Latin School students in grades seven and eight who were chosen as finalists and second place winners in the Respect Life Contest 2014. Depicting the theme, “Open your hearts to life!” in their art designs and essays, the following students won recognition and awards at the youth award ceremony in March, held at St. John the Baptist High School.  They were Catherine Dotzler in grade 7, Ismenia Ginebra in grade 8, Kimberly Lores in grade 8, and Katherine Zimmon in grade 8. Their message to promote awareness... Read More


Seven Firebird Scholar Athletes Sign Letters of Intent

The Marianist Community, Administration, Faculty, and Staff would like to congratulate the following student-athletes for their hard work, effort, commitment, and success in the classroom, on the athletic fields, and in celebrating their faith as valued members of the Kellenberg Memorial Family. Today they take the next step in their educational growth as they commit to the college they wish to attend and agree to participate in collegiate athletics at the highest level. Emily Bensen-Abatangelo Emily Bensen-Abatangelo – Chestnut Hill College Cross... Read More

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Latin School Science Olympiad Team Competes in State Tournament

On Saturday, the 15 members of Latin School Science Olympiad State team traveled to Greece Arcadia High School in Rochester, NY to participate in the New York State Science Olympiad competition. The members of the State team are: Joshua Antony (’20), Andre Assarian (’20), Aiden York (’20), Kiana Pinard (’20), Michelle George (’19), Natalie Jean-Michel (’19), Lucas Leston (’19), Christian Morales (’19), Giovanni Pupo (’18), James Coppola (’18), Polly Taylor (’18), Andrew Gillen (’17), Jeremy Caputer (’17), Sabrina Munoz... Read More

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Seniors Receive Important Life-Lessons In Senior Transitions Program

Article by Amanda Duncklee, class of 2014: In the Transitions program, every year, Kellenberg offers the senior class the exclusive opportunity to gain more knowledge about the world beyond high school. Professionals in the financial, legal and substance abuse fields visit Kellenberg to share knowledge that might ease the move from the high school to college campus. The Transitions program is comprised of three separate presentations in the Millennium Room. Since the senior class is large and the space in the Millennium Room is limited, each topic... Read More

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