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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.

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Featured News

  • April 29, 2017

    The Kellenberg Boys 4x400 Relay Team of Erik Brown, Joshua Michel, Jarrett Gilreath, and John Capozzoli ran to a season best at the Pennsylvania Relays in Philadelphia, PA.  The Firebirds ran against teams from California, Maryland, Pennsylvania, and even one from St. Vincent and the Grenadines in the Caribbean. Back on Long Island Junior David Lozipone ran a career best 4:23 in the mile to take 2nd at the Nassau Coaches Invite at MacArthur High School in Levittown. Congratulations, boys!

  • April 28, 2017

    The Kellenberg Girl's track team had its best group performance at the annual Penn Relays in Philadelphia, Pa. The team competed in the 4x100, the 4x400, and the 4x800 relays. The team had one of the top three NY Catholic school performances in the 4x100 and the 4x400 and ran to the NY Catholic school season's best performance in the 4x800. Pictured here, the team, after competing, engaged in their signature show of Sportsmanship and friendship with their local rival, Sacred Heart Academy.

  • April 28, 2017

    by News 12 Varsity's Patrick McCormack: Kellenberg led St. John the Baptist by a goal at the half, but the Firebirds knew they weren’t playing their best game. Going into the second half, Kellenberg recognized what it had to do to be better. “We had to attack the cage more,” junior Dylan Willis said, “We were playing into their zone allowing them to hold us up, we had to push it more.” it did. The Firebirds’ offense exploded for nine second-half goals en route to a 14-8 victory over the Cougars Thursday afternoon at St. John the Baptist High School.

  • April 26, 2017

    On Tuesday, April 25, the Latin School gathered for their annual Math Bee.  Thirty-two contestants (one winner and one runner-up from each of the Latin School Math classes) were ready to meet the challenges of mental calculation.  The competition was extremely fierce with many students giving immediate answers to difficult problems.  The moderators were even put to the test to find questions that could challenge the participants! As the audience waited in suspense and expressed support for their favorite contestants, one student emerged victorious over all: Julia Lawless!  Julia was able to answer every question put to her without hesitation

  • April 25, 2017

    Kellenberg Memorial High School and the Brother Joseph C. Fox Latin School are pleased to announce that twenty-three students were recognized either as Finalists or Place Winners in the March 22, 2017 Diocesan Respect Life Youth Awards Ceremony. Their submissions were selected from over a thousand entries island-wide. Among the students receiving monetary scholarships totaling $2,900.00 were First Place winners Grace Cooper '19 (Music-Level II), Nina Dalli '18 (Photography-Level II), Madeline DeMarco '18 (Essay-Level II) and Theresa Fox '19 (Photomontage-Level II). In the murals category, Halle Conklin '18 and Juliana Roldan '18 (Level II) captured Second Place. Additional Second Place

  • April 24, 2017

    Easter break wouldn't be complete without a STEM event for 11 juniors. iFLY Westchester in Yonkers, New York gave these students a structured understanding of the physics of skydiving, explained the engineering that makes the iFLY wind tunnel work, and helped students calculate their fall velocities. After a few demos and flight training, each student enjoyed two flights to get the feel of actual skydiving.

  • April 23, 2017

    As the sole representatives of the state of New York in the "Connecticut Distance Classic" held at Trinity College on a misty Friday April night, a quartet of Kellenberg runners didn't disappoint! Sophomore Maureen Lewin and junior Julia Bryant finished 1-2 in the 800 meters in times of 2:19.18, and 2:20.12 respectively. The pair upended higher seeded runners from Rhode Island, Massachusetts, Maine, New Hampshire, and Connecticut. Teammates Maya Richardson and Ceara Conroy ran to seasonal bests, a good omen the week before their participation as the only CHSAA member female team to qualify for the Penn Relays 3200 meter

  • April 19, 2017

    By Newsday's Mike Ruiz: Kellenberg understands the significance of poise after winning the CHSAA baseball title last season. After St. John the Baptist responded quickly in the fourth inning on Tuesday, James Dieguez displayed plenty of it. Dieguez ripped a double just past a diving third baseman in the bottom of the fourth to put the Firebirds ahead for good in a 6-2 victory over St. John the Baptist. “I just wanted to put the ball in play,” Dieguez said. “This is a big series and I just wanted to give us the lead.” St. John the Baptist evened the