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

Filed under Kellenberg Features, Seniors on December 2, 2014

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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... Read More

Newsday: Kellenberg High School creates electronic textbooks for iPad use

Filed under Freshman, Kellenberg Features, Parents on December 1, 2014

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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... Read More

Kellenberg Students Attend the STEM Program

Filed under Kellenberg Features, Students on November 24, 2014

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Article by Deirdre Lewis, Class of 2016: Steve Jobs once said, “Let’s invent tomorrow instead of worrying about what happened yesterday.” On Monday November 17, Mrs. Perrone accompanied fourteen Kellenberg sophomores and juniors interested in pursuing careers in math and science to the Cradle of Aviation Museum for the STEM Presentation, allowing them to pursue the ideal Steve Jobs eloquently... Read More

Sophomore Emma Parente Congratulated on her recent Gold Award

Filed under Students on October 29, 2014

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Article by Newsday’s Michael Ebert: An East Williston teenager has brought smiles to the faces of special-needs children through the art of dance. Emma Parente, 15, a sophomore at Kellenberg Memorial High School in Uniondale, led a dance class for children with special needs during the summer at the Church of St. Aidan in Williston Park. About a half-dozen boys and girls who have autism or Down... Read More

Sophomores Reflect on Strengthening Their Faith on Retreat

Filed under ARK, Kellenberg Features, Sophomores on September 25, 2014

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Article by Kidist Allonce & Owen Brown (Class of 2017): The Sophomore Homeroom Retreats are off and running this school year. The retreats are moderated by Bro. Roger Poletti, S.M., Mr. James Krug, Mr. Douglas Cioffi, Mr. Robert York and Mrs. Peggy York. The moderators are assisted by members of the senior retreat staff or the S.A.I.N.T.S. The first two homeroom retreats were filled with anticipation... Read More

Video Highlights from Triple “A”

Filed under Freshman, Kellenberg Features, Latin School, Parents on August 30, 2014

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On Wednesday, August 27, new students of Kellenberg Memorial High School and the Brother Joseph C. Fox Latin School began the Triple “A” program, a three-day orientation to their future at Kellenberg.  Triple “A” stands for Adjustment, Awareness, and Atmosphere. During the Triple “A” program, students preview their Kellenberg or Latin School experience, learn... Read More

Five Firebird Student-Athletes Named to Newsday’s All Long Island Teams

Filed under Alumni, Athletics, Kellenberg Features, School News, Students on June 22, 2014

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Congratulations to our five student athletes on being included in Newsday’s All Long Island teams in their respective sports. The student athletes are Krista King (First Team, Softball), Katherine Piorkowski (Second Team, Softball), Kaitlyn Stackpole (Second Team, Girls Lacrosse), Jazmine Fray (Second Team, Girls Track and Field), and Nicolette Dilluvio (First Team, Girls Golf). Congratulations... Read More

Junior Spirit Day & Ring Banquet 2014

Filed under Juniors on June 19, 2014

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Junior Spirit Day/Ring Banquet from Kellenberg Memorial Video Produc on Vimeo.  Read More →

Newsday: Way to Go: Cara Lee, Long Beach

Filed under Juniors, School News on June 16, 2014

By Newsday’s Michael Ebert: A Kellenberg Memorial High School junior has expanded her love of reading into a tutoring program for children in the Long Beach area. Cara Lee, 16, of Long Beach, started a summer math and reading program for children ages 5-12 last summer at St. Mary of the Isle Roman Catholic Church in Long Beach. She developed lesson plans for each child based on his or her area... Read More

Mary Guardino Receives Rensselaer Medal

Filed under Juniors, Kellenberg Features, School News, Students on June 13, 2014

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Mary Guardino, Class of 2015 Congratulations to junior Mary Guardino who recently was selected as a Class of 2015 Rensselaer Medalist. The Rensselaer Medal is awarded by Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and recognizes superlative academic achievement of young men and women in order to motivate students toward careers in science, engineering, and technology. The Medal is awarded to high school juniors... Read More

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