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Kellenberg Features


PREP Retreat Teaches Students To Teach the Faith

Article by Madeline DeMarco ’18: On Sunday, September 27 and Monday, September 28, the 15th anniversary of Founders Hollow, I had the chance to be involved in a PREP retreat at Founders Hollow, along with many other sophomores and juniors. PREP stands for Parish Religious Education Program. In this program, we teach religious education to the younger children of the Diocese of Rockville Centre. Our trip started out with Sunday Mass, led by Father Philip in the Maria Regina Chapel at Kellenberg. During his homily, he told us that we are... Read More


Newsday Names Kerianne Scorce a Top 50 Girls Soccer Player on Long Island

Kerianne Scorce Congratulations to Keri Scorce! From Newsday: Kerrianne Scorce is a scoring threat who is strong on the ball and possesses the ability to find the net from anywhere in the offensive third. She excels at winning 50-50 balls in the air. Currently, Keri has 3 goals and 1 assist in match play. Her head coach, Elizabeth Finn, remarks, “Keri is an offensive threat to many opposing teams. She will take on any player and look to shoot or go to the goal at every opportunity. Having returned from surgery last year, Keri has not lost... Read More


Senior Megan Schiesser Awarded by National Academy of Future Physicians & Medical Scientists

Senior, Megan Schiesser Congratulations to Megan Schiesser ’16, who was recently the recipient of the Award of Excellence from the National Academy of Future Physicians and Medical Scientists. Megan spent time over the summer at University of Massachusetts Lowell with the academy, which focussed on the leading studies in the field of bio-medicine and bio-engineering. Megan hopes to go on to study genetics after graduation. At Kellenberg, Megan is a member of the varsity golf and cross country teams, as well as a member of SMART and Catholic... Read More


Junior Robert Stehl Awarded by National Academy of Future Scientists & Technologists

Junior, Robert Stehl Congratulations to Robert Stehl ’17, who was recently the recipient of the Award of Excellence from the Science Advisory Board of the National Academy of Future Scientists and Technologists. Robert spent time over the summer at University of Massachusetts Lowell attending the conference that focussed on science and engineering, featuring those who lead the field, including Buzz Aldrin. Robert intends on pursuing this field following graduation. At Kellenberg, Robert is a member of ETV, CROSS, and throws shot put as a... Read More


Newsday Names Victoria Moulder Top 25 Volleyball Player on Long Island

From Coach Cathy vonSchoenermarck, Head Coach: The Kellenberg Volleyball Program is pleased to announce that Victoria Moulder was selected by Newsday as one of the Top 25 Players to Watch for the 2015 season.  Tori, a three-year varsity starter, shines at the middle hitter position.  Her accomplishments on the court have resulted in her being named to the All-Long Island team for the NSCHSGAA and to the AVCA (American Volleyball Coaches Association) Under-Armour All-American Watch List.  A highly motivated student in the classroom, Tori... Read More


S.A.I.N.T.S. Prepare for Sophomore Retreats at Founder’s Hollow

Article by Erika San Antonio (Class of 2016): On Saturday September 12th, 40 Kellenberg Memorial Seniors departed for Founders Hollow retreat house in upstate New York on a spiritual journey. These 20 male and 20 female students composed a group of Senior Retreat Staff, also known as S.A.I.N.T.S (Seniors Assisting In Nuturing The Sophomores). Due to the previous responsibility and leadership presented by these individuals within the school community, these seniors were selected to aid moderators in the Sophomore Retreat Program. The role that accompanies... Read More


Kellenberg’s Missionaries of Mercy Reflect on Mission to Lourdes, France

From August 5 through the 19 of 2015, thirteen Kellenberg seniors embarked on the first Marianist Mission of Mercy to Lourdes, France. After making a pilgrimage stop in Bordeaux, home of Blessed William Joseph Chaminade, the Kellenberg missionaries spent a week working full time at the holy sites in Lourdes, caring for and ministering to the malades (French for “the sick”). Each day brought with it new work and many challenges. Throughout the two-week trip, the missionaries grew, and many underwent transformations of the heart and the... Read More


Marianist Schools Come Together for the Triumph of the Cross

Article by Madison Callinan, class of 2018: There was not a cloud in the sky on the day of the annual Triumph of the Cross Prayer Service! A nice, cool breeze and dropped temperatures made September 14, 2015 the perfect day to kick off the first of many faith events for this new school year! When students walked into homeroom, they received ornately carved wooden crosses to wear and a blue prayer card with the Anima Cristi imprinted. Everyone couldn’t wait to venture outside, with the sun filtering in through the blinds. Students and teachers... Read More


Kellenberg Sophomore Shows Service Over Self On Mission to Puerto Rico

Article by Teresa Blangiforti, class of 2018: On June 27, 2015, my cousin Michael and I traveled to Puerto Rico for two weeks to provide community service through an organization called Global Works. Global Works is an organization that offers international community service and cultural exchange programs to students. Global Works strives to provide students with rewarding service, language learning, and adventure programs. It fosters personal growth and promotes social and cultural awareness for myself and the communities involved. Once we arrived,... Read More


Mock Trial Team Takes on Broadway

Article by Danielle Santevecchi (’16): On Wednesday August 26th, the Kellenberg Memorial Mock Trial Team took a step back in a time of rich American history with Broadway’s Hamilton, an innovative production detailing the life of Alexander Hamilton. After arriving in New York City, the team shared in school tradition and began with prayer at the St. Francis of Assisi Church. While in the Church, we reflected at the 9/11 Memorial. Then, it was time for one of the best parts of a city trip: lunch! The group arrived at Tavola, a traditional... Read More

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