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  • September 19, 2017

    This past Saturday at Van Cortland park the Kellenberg Firebirds boys cross country team surged to a victory at the Regis Invitational. With the varsity squad returning four of the top seven runners from last years team they were poised to start the season strong. The Firebirds took the top spot with 69 points in front of second place Byram Hills 104 points. The team also had the fastest average time of the entire meet. Junior Josh Michel led the way for the Firebirds with a 4th place finish at (13:34.76), and right behind him was senior David Lozipone coming

  • September 18, 2017

    A letter from Fr. Thomas Cardone, S.M. calling on all post-college aged Kellenberg Memorial alumni who are able to volunteer in the Solomon Islands on behalf of his brother, Archbishop Chris Cardone, O.P. for the months of February, March, and April of 2018. Please read Fr. Tom's letter and the testimonials of three alumni who have served as missionaries in recent years (Ricky Willi '12, Kiran Swamy '12, and Clare Carroll '10).

  • September 17, 2017

    Led by Brianna Lausev's 15:18.96 performance for the 2.5 mile course, the Lady Firebird Cross Country team won the "Large School Race" at the 29th annual Wilton Invitational held at the renown "Allen Meadows" course in Wilton, Ct. Lausev's time in her fourth place finish was the team's second fastest time ever on the course behind current NCAA indoor 800 meter record holder and KMHS alumna, Jazmine Fray. Fellow junior Maya Richardson and freshman Ashley Minns ran to times that place them on the KMHS all-time top ten list. Seniors Julia Bryant and Anita Mikowski rounded out the scoring. First

  • September 14, 2017

    Article by Madison Callinan '18: Even though this is my seventh year attending the Triumph of the Cross Prayer Service, the experience never gets old. The purpose of this outdoor event is to celebrate Jesus’ victory over death. The entire student body, from sixth graders to seniors, stands outside the main entrance together as one. Students from St. Martin de Porres Marianist School also attend, adding to the Marianist family atmosphere. Students are involved in every aspect of the day’s celebration. Juniors proclaim the reading and the Litany. High school students sing in the Gregorian Consortium, while others set up