• November 10, 2015

    Article by Madison Callinan '18: The first ever A.N.O.I.N.T. Day for the class of 2018 took place on November 5, 2015. Sophomores walked enthusiastically into the school that morning, buzzing with excitement for the events to follow. Students wore sweatpants, sneakers, and long-sleeve t-shirts, for which each homeroom had selected

  • May 12, 2015

    Article by Ismenia Ginebra, class of 2018: At Kellenberg, we are offered many opportunities to grow closer to God, one of which is the retreats. A retreat is special privilege to go on, for you get the chance to step back from your ongoing busy life and reflect on your

  • March 9, 2015

    Article by Newsday's Bart Jones: Six hundred freshmen from Kellenberg Memorial High School marched a mile-and-a-half Monday morning, carrying flags and crosses in a Lenten pilgrimage aimed in part at promoting understanding among different faiths. The throng of students -- whose crosses bore posters showing the 14 Stations of the

  • December 23, 2014

    Article by Christine Corio, Class of 2018: This past month, the freshmen completed a Scripture project in which we had to study one of the Ten Commandments and complete several different tasks using various apps on their iPads. We were instructed to research what our commandment means today in 2014 and what

  • September 25, 2014

    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