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  • April 19, 2018

    The Firebird Business and Finance Club had their first speaker on Wednesday. Maria Pirrone, an Accounting Professor at St. John’s University Tobin School of Business, came to speak to the students to share her knowledge of the business world. The students learned what accounting is and what earning a business degree in college would be like, as well as what kind of jobs a person could get after college. Ms. Pirrone also gave a wonderful insight into what St. John's University is like, and how their business school has grown and is ranked one of the top 100 in the country.  The

  • April 17, 2018

    On Friday, April 13, ten students from the music department performed in recital for family and friends. These students and others will be auditioning for NYSSMA all-state groups in two weeks. This recital is a great opportunity for them to “tune up” their performances. Megan Zabrouski also explained how, "the experience helped me perform in front of other people without much anxiety, and prepared me for the All-State NYSSMA Festival at the end of April." Sarah Góez '20, a first-time NYSSMA vocalist, shares, "I was so nervous at first, but with the help of Mr. Blanton and my teacher, I was able to deliver

  • April 16, 2018

    Dear Post-College Alumni, I am writing this on behalf of my brother, Archbishop Chris. Three more volunteers are needed to teach in the Solomon Islands! Archbishop Chris is in need of three volunteers from July 15 – October 15, 2018. Happily, we have had several alumni serve as missionaries in recent years. Brendan Gilroy '13 and Anne Fiore '13 will be returning soon after spending time in the Solomon Islands since this past January. In addition, you may read the accounts of Ricky Willi '12, Kiran Swamy '12, and Clare Carroll '10's experience of their service at the bottom of this page

  • April 10, 2018

    Alexandra Navarette, one member of the incoming class of 2022 who currently attends St. Christopher’s School in Baldwin, described her experience at Kellenberg Memorial High School’s freshman orientation on Saturday: “After being able to see the various aspects of Kellenberg and the multiple activities that I will be able to be a part of at the school during my high school career, I know that I will succeed academically, strengthen my spirituality, and grow as I venture out and experience different aspects of the school throughout my four years here. I can truly see why Kellenberg considers itself ‘the school that never sleeps’ - there’s just so much to do!”

  • March 26, 2018

    Congratulations to our talented and competing students in the Latin School. They participated in the annual Catholic Daughters of the Americas contest sponsored by the Bishop Kellenberg Court located in North Merrick, NY.  The entries of our five winning students exemplified the themes of “The Lord Has Done Great Things For Us” or “Finding Joy In My Life.”  The contestants demonstrated their skills, imagination, and creativity in their selected essays, poetry, art, computer art, music, and photography samples. Awarded were the following sixth, seventh, and ninth grade students:  POETRY – Ava Urban (6); ART – Kaitlin McNamee (6); PHOTOGRAPHY –

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