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  • The Phoenix Emporium will once again have special hours during Trimester Exams.

    Thursday, December 18 from 12:30 – 3:00 PM
    Friday, December 19 from 12:30 – 3:00 PM and from 5:00 – 7:00 PM
    Monday, December 22, from12:30 – 3:00 PM and from 5:00 – 7:00 PM

Kellenberg Features

Pictured L to R: Mr. Robert Taffet (Orchestra Director), Mr. Clark Blanton (Chourus Director), Courtney O'Shea, JC, Hannah Pipa, and Erin.

Kellenberg Students Receive All-State & All-Eastern Honors for Chorus & Orchestra

Pictured L to R: Mr. Robert Taffet (Orchestra Director), Mr. Clark Blanton (Choral Director), Courtney O’Shea, Jacqueline Cotumaccio, Hannah Pipa, Erin Lyons, and Bro. Kenneth M. Hoagland (Principal). Three Kellenberg Memorial High School students were selected to participate in New York State School Music Association’s Conference All State performing ensembles in Rochester, NY. Erin Lyons (’16), violin, performed with the All State Symphony Orchestra, alto Jacqueline Cotumaccio (’16) performed with the All State Women’s Chorus... Read More


2014 Advent Drive Results

Thanks for all the support during this year’s Advent Drive! This year over $7,500 in gift cards, along with hundreds of shirts, toys, baby food, diapers, and baby clothing were donated to St. Raymond’s Church in East Rockaway, NY, St. Martha’s Church in Uniondale, NY, Our Holy Redeemer Church in Freeport, NY, and the Graymoor Friars in Garrison, NY. These outreach programs were overwhelmed by the generosity of Kellenberg students and families this Advent season. On behalf of the entire Kellenberg family, thank you for all of... Read More


2014 Fall Athletic Awards & All League Winners

  Congratulations to the following student-athletes. On Tuesday, November 18, Kellenberg Memorial High School honored the athletes of the fall season and presented awards for Most Improved Player, Most Valuable Player, and the Bernie Ward Commitment Award to those deserving recipients of each team. In addition, many students also received All League honors during the evening. Over 80 student-athletes were honored throughout the evening. Congratulations to all on your successes and achievements.     2014 Fall Athletic Award... Read More

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Brother Kenneth Speaks on the Year of Consecrated Life at XLT

Article by Tim Landers, Class of 2015: Pope St. John Paul II once said, “You must always be Eucharistic souls in order to be authentic Christians.” KMHS appreciates this deep spiritual truth in many ways but especially through its monthly XLT adoration experiences. On Wednesday, December 3, another successful XLT occurred. Some 200 students shuffled into the cafeteria in order to enjoy a meal as a community of faith and start off the evening. The Kellenberg students were joined by some from Chaminade which brought together the two great Marianist... Read More


2014 Magnificat Dinner & Dance: Honoring the Superwomen

Article by Faith Agolia, Class of 2018: On Friday, December 5, 2014, the young ladies of Kellenberg Memorial and their mothers attended the Magnificat Dinner and Dance, taking a break from hectic schedules to thank God for the special relationship that they share. As they arrived, their eyes lit up at the transformation of the cafeteria with Christmas trees and snowflakes, while blue candles at each table radiated a warm, homey glow. Cameras flashed as photographers snapped pictures of the stylish, sophisticated young women. The festivities began... Read More


Mock Trial Team Impresses at Invitational Tournament

Article by Danielle Santavecchi, Class of 2016: On Thursday, December 4th, the High School Mock Trial Team headed to The Wheatley School for the 32nd Annual SWS Mock Trial Tournament. The tournament included schools with mock trial teams from all over Nassau County. Kellenberg’s advancement to the sweet sixteen at the 2014 New York State Bar Association competition in February and March allowed them to participate in the Wheatley tournament. The students left Kellenberg Memorial around 7:50 and made their way to Old Westbury with Mr. Cartier,... Read More


The Gift of Joy, The Gift of Faith

Article by Christina Razza, Class of 2018 “‘Tis the season to be jolly,” the entire Christmas season seems to revolve around presents and receiving. Today people often become so caught up in finding presents under the tree that they lose sight of the important things in life. The gift of giving to others is one so incredible that it can’t be replaced by any other. A C.R.O.S.S. event on December 3, 2014 brought myself and a handful of other students to the Congregation of the Infant Jesus Convent in Rockville Centre, where... Read More


ABC Intern & KMHS Alumna Meghan Von Elm (’11) Speaks at Communications Club Meeting

On Friday, December 5, Kellenberg Memorial Alumna Meghan Von Elm (’11) spoke to the members of the Communications Club at their weekly meeting. Meghan is a senior at Hofstra University, studying in the Communications Program. Von Elm also works as a news anchor on WHRU 88.7 FM. Currently, Meghan will be interning at WABC-TV during her spring semester on “Live! with Kelly and Michael” in the production department. On Friday, she came to speak about her experience at Hofstra, her previous internship at News 12 Long Island, and... Read More


Latin School CROSS Members Donate Over 800 Sandwiches to the I.N.N. in Hempstead

On Thursday, December 4, Latin School C.R.O.S.S. members met for what has become a regular project for the group: making cheese sandwiches for the I.N.N. (Interfaith Nutrition Network) in Hempstead. This project is a continuation of the Food Drive efforts since money collected during the Food Drive was put toward the purchase of the supplies used to make the sandwiches. Students work in groups, “assembly line” style, to make the sandwiches and bag them with a small condiment package of mustard or mayonnaise. Using 70 loaves of bread, the C.R.O.S.S.... Read More

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Kellenberg’s Annual Advent Prayer Service

Article by Kennedy Murray, Class of 2016:   From the festively decked-out cafeteria, to decorated doors and rooms festooned with trees and ornaments, the imminent arrival of the Christmas season was made loud and clear throughout the halls of Kellenberg,. However, even with the barrage of adornment, the significance of the reason for the season remained the focal point. On Tuesday December 2, after returning from a brief break for Thanksgiving, students had the privilege of missing one period to flock to the Auditorium for the annual Advent... Read More


A Reflection on the Freshman/Sophomore Evening of Recollection: “I’m Invited to the Table of the Lord”

“I’m Invited to the Table of the Lord” Article by Kevin Glaittli, class of 2018: On Friday, November 14, 2014, I had the pleasure of attending Kellenberg’s Freshman/Sophomore CROSS Evening of Recollection with my fellow classmates and friends. Having experienced a tough week just prior to this night of prayer, it was the perfect time to clear my mind and spend time in prayerful meditation. Upon arrival, I was directed to the auditorium where I saw familiar faces and immediately entered a joyful state of mind while listening to the XLT... Read More

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Art Portfolio Prep Class Views St. John’s Bible at Molloy College

Article by Kelly A’Hearn, class of 2015: On November 21, 2014, Kellenberg’s Art Portfolio Prep Class took a special field trip to Molloy College to see the beautifully illustrated St. John’s Bible. This was not just any Bible. The St. John’s Bible took a whole team of artists and calligraphers, $8 million in donations, and 15 long years of hard work to complete. Kellenberg’s Portfolio Prep class was invited by Malloy College, along with other Catholic high schools on Long Island, to view the manuscripts. Art Portfolio Prep... Read More


Newsday: Kellenberg High School creates electronic textbooks for iPad use

Excerpts from the article by Newsday’s Bart Jones: A growing number of schools are issuing iPads to students, but Kellenberg Memorial High School in Uniondale has taken it a step further. Teachers have created their own electronic textbooks for use on the tablets. For the first time, the Catholic college prep school in Uniondale distributed iPads in September to its 600 freshmen. “It’s been a positive step. I think the level of engagement is high,” said Ken Frank, an English and computer teacher who was one of the main... Read More

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