• December 2, 2011

    Clicking on a teacher's name will take you to their website and contact information. Clicking on the Twitter logo () will take you to that teacher’s Twitter feed. Italicized name indicates department chairperson. Computer Education Frank, Mr. Kenneth Estrella, Mr. Juan Kennedy, Mr. Thomas Moncada, Mr. Joseph Plevritis, Mr. Peter Fine Arts Blanton, Mr. Clark Panasci, Miss Mary Collins, Mr. Emmett Driscoll, Bro. Timothy Narell, Mr. Brendan Rodney, Mrs. Christine Taffet, Mr. Robert Tochelli, Mrs. Anna Vegas, Mr. Sean Zider, Mrs. Sheila Physical Education and Health Ceasar, Mrs. Jeanne Alfalla, Mr. Christopher Finn, Mrs. Elizabeth Graham, Mr. Dennis Hart-Simonelli, Mrs. Jeanne Hellemeyer, Mrs. Stephanie Lyons, Mr. Christopher Meisse, Mr. Eric Sluka, Mrs. Suzanne English Doran, Mr. Keith Agulles, Mrs. Christine Beyrouty, Mr. Joseph Brown, Mr.

  • February 16, 2018

    Article by Meredith Kass '19: Just one week ago, the Kellenberg Varsity Cheerleading team left for the UCA National High School Cheerleading Championship in Walt Disney World. We flew to Orlando on Thursday, February 8 at 6 PM and that was just the beginning of an amazing trip. The next day, we took on Magic Kingdom and had a very fun day in the park. Later that evening, we headed over to the All Star Sports Resort for practice on the football field. We had a very successful practice and were confident heading into preliminaries the next day. After practice, we went to Disney Springs for dinner and then back to our hotel to get some rest for the long day we had ahead of

  • February 16, 2018

    To me, Lent is beautiful. The ability to take part in the celebration of Lent is a gift from God Himself. Lent is characterized by penance, self-denial, and self-sacrifice. These are things that as humans, we typically avoid. It is a time for repentance, fasting, and preparation for the arrival of Easter. When we participate in the celebration of Lent, we allow ourselves to partake in a sacrifice similar to Jesus Christ’s sacrifice. Jesus sacrificed Himself for us, his brothers and sisters, out of love. In the same way, we sacrifice things for Him and await His arrival during the season of Lent. The season of Lent is beautiful in the way that it brings about the potential to change oneself. It gives us the

  • February 15, 2018

    Congratulations to Michelle W. Lee '18 who has been honored as a 2018 National Merit Scholarship Finalist.  From the National Merit Scholarship Corporation's website: The National Merit® Scholarship Program is an academic competition for recognition and scholarships that began in 1955. High school students enter the National Merit Program by taking the Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (PSAT/NMSQT®)—which serves as an initial screen of approximately 1.6 million entrants each year—and by meeting published program entry and participation requirements. Of the 1.6 million entrants, some 50,000 with the highest PSAT/NMSQT® Selection Index scores (calculated by doubling the sum of the Reading, Writing and Language, and Math Test scores) qualify for recognition in the National Merit® Scholarship Program. In September, these high scorers are notified through their schools that they have

  • February 15, 2018

    Article by Rachel Harrington '18: “Remember that you are dust and to dust you shall return”. This Wednesday, February 14, the entire student body and faculty gathered together to receive ashes for the start of Lent. Throughout the day prayer services are held to commemorate the beginning of Lent. Father Thomas Cardone, S.M. presided over the service, while the Gregorian Consortium sang beautiful reflective songs. Marking the sign of the cross on everyone’s foreheads with ashes, the senior Eucharistic Ministers blessed the entire school. Students and teachers were given a cross made out of two nails to remind us of Jesus on the cross and the sacrifices made for the whole human race. With the entire school wearing these crosses and wearing the ashes of

  • February 15, 2018

    Each year as the season of Lent begins, I often hear friends and family talking about what they plan on giving up for the next forty days. Some people make unrealistic promises that they end up breaking, and others give up nothing at all, believing that fasting from anything for that amount of time is impossible. To me, Lent is not only a time for fasting, but it is also a time to do more. Some of my Lenten promises in the past have involved trying to help others more and also strengthening my relationship with God. I believe Lent is a time of renewal. As I begin the journey of Lent, I hope to renew my relationship with God, and also the family and

  • February 14, 2018

    Lent, as the season preceding the resurrection of Christ, is a time of pensive action. Jesus' death and subsequent rebirth can serve as a model for our own lives. The death and rebirth theme is one that can be incorporated into all areas of life. When a student learns something new, a previous presupposition of that student must die. When an athlete works out, old muscle is ripped apart. When Jesus accepts his destiny and responsibility as the Messiah, His worldly aspirations had to die. Jesus taught us this lesson in the desert, as he was tempted by the Devil. For forty days, Jesus fasted and renounced bodily satisfaction, glory, and power in favor of what would truly fulfill him: Living in accordance with His

  • February 13, 2018

    Article by James Dionisio ‘20: “As iron sharpens iron, one man sharpens another.” (Proverbs 27:17 ) Kellenberg Memorial High School offers a multitude of activities for its students. Its most popular is a club called S.A.L.T. Bearing an acronym for Service, Allegiance, Leadership, and Teamwork, S.A.L.T. is known for setting up and serving various events at Kellenberg that include faculty dinners and spirit nights. 33 sophomores were selected to embark on a spiritual retreat at Founder’s Hollow from Sunday, February 4, 2018, to Tuesday, February 6, 2018. To start off the retreat, the students were taken to the Met Cloisters Museum in Manhattan. Everyone was astounded by the intricacy of the medieval Romanesque architecture. As soon as the sophomores arrived upstate at Founder’s, they all

  • February 13, 2018

    Dear Juniors and Parents, The academic program at Kellenberg Memorial includes four full years of study in all subject areas. Our goal is to provide a liberal arts program that prepares each student for higher studies. I would like to present an opportunity for the current juniors as they prepare for their senior year. Over the course of the last few years we have offered three elective courses during the senior year. The courses are Senior Computer, Art Portfolio Preparation, and Music Theory. The purpose of the three courses is to offer interested students the opportunity to explore more deeply these subjects and increase their skills. Students not participating in one of these courses will be scheduled for additional study periods. Students participating in these

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