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  • May 29, 2017

    Article by Rachel Harrington '18: This past Wednesday, May 24, the entire student body of Kellenberg Memorial, along with students from St. Martin De Porres Marianist School, parents, and alumni gathered together to celebrate the annual May Crowning Prayer Service. Junior Colleen Wing remarked that “The May Crowning is a lovely way to celebrate Our Mother Mary, and all of the amazing sacrifices she made for her son Jesus Christ.” Father Thomas Cardone S.M. lead a beautiful prayer service with words of inspiration for all those who attended. With the help of the Floral Park Fire Department, Miss Korzekwinski, assistant principal

  • May 28, 2017

    Article by Rachel Harrington ’18: On Wednesday May 24, the Brother C. Fox eighth graders had their annual barbeque in celebration of their last year as middle schoolers. To start the day the squires—the members of the eighth grade class—attended the May Crowning Prayer Service, then changed out of their uniforms and got ready to play the rest of the day. On the fields, there were bounce houses, popcorn machines, and pick-up games of lacrosse, soccer, and more. Squire Emma Carmody said, “The Squire Barbeque is a fun way to end the year and a great experience to have right before we

  • May 26, 2017

    Article by News12 Varsity's Jon Perez: What a difference a month makes. In early April, Kellenberg was in shambles. After losing a heartbreaker to Fordham Prep in last year’s CHSAA ‘AA’ Intersectional final, the Firebirds dropped their first five matches to begin the 2017 season.Six weeks later, Kellenberg captured eight straight wins en route to its second CHSAA ‘AA’ downstate final in three years after its 11-9 victory over Iona Prep at home Friday afternoon. “They had a tremendous amount of determination,” Kellenberg coach Mike Schwalje said. “The refused to quit and they learned to play with composure and

  • May 26, 2017

    On Thursday, May 18 the Junior class Blood Drive was held.  The Juniors collected 141 traditional pints of blood and 60 ALYX units for a total of 201 units collected from students and teachers.  Together with the blood that was collected in March from the Senior class, Kellenberg students and faculty donated 383 pints of blood which impacted the lives of more than 1,000 people.  We should be very proud of our students by making themselves a little uncomfortable to help save the life of another. 

  • May 25, 2017

    At last night's Spring Sports Banquet, Josh Michel '19 was presented with the Most Valuable Performer Award from the CHSAA Sophomore Intersectional Championships.  Josh was voted by the coaches in the Metropolitan Catholic League for his double gold medal winning accolades in the 800-meter run and 4x400 meter relay.  Josh is pictured with Coach Capozzoli '12, Mr. Estrella '95 and Coach Milteer '09.  Congratulations Josh on your exceptional accomplishment.  

  • May 22, 2017

    The Girls Track and Field Team captured the NSCHSGAA Championship title Saturday in impressive form. The team scored 102.50 points, well ahead of second place St.Anthony's (56),third place St. John the Baptist (52), and fourth place Sacred Heart (50.5). Holy Trinity and Our Lady of Mercy rounded out the top six. It was only the second time in the storied history of the Girl's Track program that the team eclipsed the 100 point mark in the league championship competition. The team, well balanced across the multi-disciplined events, had some outstanding individual winners. Gillian Blackwood won the 100 meter high hurdles

  • May 19, 2017

    Congratulations to senior William Ilardi on winning the Stephen Tompsett Award essay contest.  William received a trophy and a $500 scholarship award.  He qualified for consideration by being a resident of Garden City and for writing an essay.  One award is given annually to a resident of Garden City who attends a public school, and another is given to a student who attends a Catholic school.  William is the first Kellenberg student to earn this award.  The Stephen K. Tompsett Memorial Fund for Technology in Education (“Stephen’s Fund”) is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit charity, created in honor and

  • May 18, 2017

    Congratulations to Gerard DeAngelis on being selected as a National Semifinalist in the 2016-2017 National Honor Society Scholarship Program. The National Association of Secondary School Principals (NASSP), parent organization of the National Honor Society (NHS), has awarded more than $14 million in scholarships to outstanding NHHS members since 1946. This year, 400 NHS National Semifinalists were chosen from over 9,000 applicants. As one of the National Semifinalists, Gerard will receive a $2,325 scholarship. Gerard will be attending Boston College in the fall of 2017.

  • May 18, 2017

    From LI Catholic Staff: Bishop John Barres toured Kellenberg Memorial High School in Uniondale on Monday, May 15, spending time talking and praying with the students and faculty there. The bishop celebrated Mass  in the school auditorium for about half the student body, while the rest attended Mass in the gym celebrated by Marianist Father Phillip Eichner, president of the school. After Mass, Bishop Barres went to the gym and spoke with the students there, who included the sixth, seventh and eighth graders of the Brother Joseph C. Fox Latin School.  The bishop also spent time talking with the sophomore and

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.