Article by Newsday’s John Asbury: New mobility mats rolled out at Hempstead Town beaches will finally allow beachgoers who use wheelchairs, like the special needs son of Hempstead Councilwoman Missy Miller, to get closer to the ocean, the councilwoman said Friday. Miller said that while she was serving as a state Assembly member she had advocated…Read more
Whether they have a volleyball in their hands or a pen/stylus, the Kellenberg varsity volleyball team continues to excel in both areas after seizing another NSCHSGAA league title AND just recently being named recipients of the USMC/AVCA Team Academic Award for the eighth consecutive year! The 2021 squad posted an undefeated league record to go…Read more
Article by LIHerald.com’s Tom Carrozza: For more than a decade, Molloy University has welcomed high school students from across Long Island who are seeking to become the next generation of businessmen and businesswomen. After two years as a virtual seminar, the program returned in person on the school’s campus last week. From June 27 to…Read more
Brother Kenneth M. Hoagland, S.M.’s Graduation Address Dear Members of the Class of 2022, Parents, Friends, and Faculty, Two Words come to mind as we gather today to celebrate this awesome accomplishment of the Class of 2022: Resilience & Responsibility Resilience, because of what you have managed to cope with over the past four years;…Read more
Article by Lilian Stern ’22: On Tuesday, May 17, 2022, members of Kellenberg’s Rowing team traveled to make a difference. After a forty-five-minute bus ride, the team gathered at the entrance of the Queen of Peace Residence located in Queens, NY. Coach Eliopoulos comments, “…Partaking in a Service Over Self mission, is an anticipated part…Read more
Article by Phoenix writer Amir Jeudy ’22: On June 5th, the Kellenberg Senior Class of 2022 began their final day as students of Kellenberg Memorial Highschool. It was the culmination of four years of hard work and perseverance. The day began at Hofstra’s David S. Mack Exhibition Complex, for the Baccalaureate Mass. Attended by the…Read more
Article by Phoenix writer Lauren DeRiggi ’24: The students in the Kellenberg eighth grade class recently participated in the annual Pro-Life Oratory Contest, which was sponsored by Mr. Robert Dougherty. Each student had the opportunity to write an essay on a pro-life topic of his or her choosing. This contest is a collaboration between the…Read more
The Bro. Joseph C. Fox Latin School at Kellenberg Memorial
A Qualitative Catholic Middle School Education With the Resources of a High School
Since 1988, the Brother Joseph C. Fox Latin School has been providing middle school students with a qualitative Catholic education in the Marianist Tradition. Students in the sixth, seventh, and eighth grades follow a challenging curriculum that stimulates their intellects and expands their understanding.
Pope St. John Paul II once wisely stated, “The future starts today, not tomorrow.”
In order to ensure that countless generations of Firebirds receive an equally innovative Catholic, liberal arts education rooted in the Marianist tradition in the future, the administration of Kellenberg Memorial is taking bold steps today.
We are One Heart. One Mind. Firebirds. Kellenberg. Marianist. Catholic. Family. Kellenberg.
Faith is a primary aspect of the Kellenberg Memorial school community.
A Marianist Education
In addition to the academic and extracurricular programs at Kellenberg Memorial, students also share in a faith experience within the context of a Catholic school community. All activities, both inside and outside of the classroom, are carried out in the spirit of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Through the spiritual dimension of their education students grow into mature, Christian men and women. Retreat Programs are held in Emmanuel Retreat House on campus and at Founder’s Hollow, a Marianist Retreat Facility in upstate New York.
Faith in Action
Article by Phoenix writer Lauren DeRiggi ’24: On Friday, May 20th, the Kellenberg Memorial family gathered together to celebrate the May Crowning. The May Crowning
Article by Phoenix writer Amely Nuñez ’23: Sunday, May 15, Kellenberg sponsored their annual St. Joseph’s Night. This is an event in which the young
By Newsday’s Jordan Lauterbach: That sound you hear is the collective shudder of thousands of high school track and field athletes who know that dangerous
Article by Phoenix writer Nicholas Cortese ’23: After months of grit and diligent practice, the girls of Blue and Gold had their hard work pay