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Featured News

  • March 24, 2017

    Article Written by Samantha Gentile '18: The 2016-2017 school year has proven to be an amazing year for the Kellenberg Mock Trial team. The team started off the school year with a bang; as they placed in the final four in the first ever Moot Court Competition to be hosted for Nassau and Suffolk County teams. The Moot Court Competition was designed to test students knowledge of the law and how to apply their knowledge to different cases in front of real judges. As the students read their prepared scripts, the judges interjected, asking confusing and probing questions; judging as

  • March 23, 2017

    By Newsday's Mike Ruiz: In 2016, Chris Cappas helped lead the Kellenberg baseball team to a feat it hadn’t experienced in a decade — a CHSAA championship. “It was amazing,” the dominant lefthanded starting pitcher said. “Definitely an experience I’d love to have again.” In order for Cappas to guide the Firebirds to the pinnacle again in his 2017 senior year, the group must reach new heights. According to coach Chris Alfalla, the program never has won back-to-back league titles. Cappas tossed a one-hit shutout in a 4-0 victory over St. Anthony’s in the first game of the best-of-three CHSAA

  • March 20, 2017

    Article by Polly Taylor '18: On March 11th and 12th, the Kellenberg Memorial High School Science Olympiad A team competed at the 32nd annual New York State Competition hosted by Le Moyne College in Syracuse. New York State is one the most competitive states in the nation, with over 400 teams competing throughout the state. The top 55 teams in the state qualified for the state tournament. Kellenberg Memorial’s students competed in 23 events and 2 New York State trial events, in areas of science ranging from astronomy to forensics to anatomy. Students interested in engineering were also able to

  • March 20, 2017

    Girls Varsity Basketball Most Improved: Jessie Brower Coming into the season, Jessie Brower was one of the returning starters for last year’s team.  While one could be complacent with returning to a similar role, Jessie relished in the idea of improving her overall game so that it would aid the growth of the team.  As the season wore on, Jessie became the “spark” the team needed on the court and the “glue” the team needed off the court.  Jessie’s worth ethic was second to none and the passion she brought every day to practice is one that the program will

  • March 20, 2017

    Girls Freshman Track Most Improved: Catherine Cooke This young lady started the season out running an underwhelming 2:55 leg on the Freshman 4x800 relay at the inaugural meet of the season, the CHSAA Intersectional Relays. She looked to her accomplished older teammates who provided her with an inspiration of focus dedication and drive. She improved twenty seconds to 2:35, running important legs on the bronze medal winning "B" 4x800 at the NSCHSGAA Varsity championship meet, and a leg on the 4th place scoring "B" squad at the Varsity CHSAA Intersectional Championship Meet. We are happy to award the freshman MIP to

  • March 17, 2017

    On March 17, co-founder of Grassroots Films, Joe Campo, allowed for a special advanced screening for Kellenberg Memorial High School students of his new documentary, Outcasts. The film follows the work and ministry of the Franciscan Friars of the Renewal, a branch of friars of the Capuchin Franciscan tradition whose community was founded in 1987 in New York City with only eight friars. Today, the Franciscan Friars of the Renewal are made up of men from 14 different countries and serve in the United States, England, Ireland, Northern Ireland, Nicaragua, and Honduras. The film documents the ministry of the friars around

  • March 15, 2017

    By's Vinny Messana: Sometimes it’s tough to stay motivated when you’ve already reached the mountain top, but according to Kellenberg‘s Head Coach Chris Alfalla, his team is motivated by making school history and becoming the first back-to-back CHSAA league champs. “These guys are hungry,” said Alfalla. Even though they won last year, they are not satisfied,” he added. Last year’s squad was dynamic–compiling a record of 19-5– thanks in large part to a phenomenal offensive season by Robert Weissheier (now at Hofstra), who could be tough to replace. Alfalla noted that it will take a team effort to not

  • March 14, 2017

    Dear Post College Alumni, I am writing this on behalf of my brother, Archbishop Chris. Three Volunteers are needed for the Solomon Islands. Archbishop Chris is in need of three volunteers to teach in the following programs.  Volunteers are needed for at least three months and this can be done on a tourist visa. Volunteers are also welcome for six or more months. He is looking for volunteers to begin in June or anytime after that. Below are listed the three places needing help. 1) Holy Name of Mary Major Seminary / Tenaru -about 20 minutes outside of town (Honiara).


Athletics News

  • March 23, 2017

    LK 11:14-23  Jesus performs an exorcism, and the mute man can now talk, but the people still test him. They don't believe him, even though the evidence is right in front of their eyes! We are told to believe without

  • March 22, 2017

    MT 5: 17-19     Each day, we must strive to get to heaven and that is carried out by actively being a disciple of Christ; we must lead by example so others will follow in our footsteps. In order for us

  • March 21, 2017

    MT 18:21-35           This gospel is all about forgiveness. It begins with Peter asking Jesus how many times he must forgive his brother. When peter says seven times, Jesus says to forgive him seventy-seven times instead.

  • March 20, 2017

    MT 1:16, 18-21 God called Jospeh to let go of his own plans and to put himself at the service of Jesus and Mary. The angel's message came to Joseph when he was confused and scared, yet he still trusted