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  • September 19, 2019

    After years of participation in Science Olympiad and STEM-based activities at Kellenberg Memorial, senior Aidan York took his dedication and passion for science to new heights through his participation in the Garcia Summer Research Program from July to August 2019. The Garcia Center for Polymers at Engineered Interfaces is Stony Brook University's research center for materials science, with the program focusing heavily on chemical and mechanical engineering of polymers. Hundreds of young high school scientists from all over the world compete for one of under one hundred available spots.

  • September 16, 2019

    On Saturday, September 14, the Varsity and Junior Varsity Volleyball teams traveled to Eisenhower Park to participate in Nassau County's League of Yes baseball game. As per Kellenberg Memorial's mission, rooted in Christ's love for all of humanity, athletic teams are encouraged to engage in a Service Over Self project each season. This year, the volleyball program was invited to assist in the League of Yes, which is an organization dedicated to children and adults with special needs. The League of Yes orchestrates baseball games where home runs are abundant and smiles abound.  Matched up with buddies, the volleyball program

  • September 14, 2019

    Last week, members of the Latin School's newspaper club were featured in Newsday's Kidsday feature. Articles were published each day in the printed editions and online on Newsday's website. Congratulations to the many Kellenberg Memorial students whose work was featured: Jason Alperin, Theresa Bambrick, Gabriel Blanco, Faith Cairo, Zachary Capuder, Emily Carroll, Isabel Connolly, Kate Cooney, Nicholas Cortese, Julia DeMaro, Lauren De- Riggi, Gabriella D’Orlando, Megan Dunne, John Farrell, Kaylee Fravert, Andrew Galligan, Lindsey Galligan, Matthew Gavagan, Caitlin Hanratty, Hilary Heaney, Marcus Leston, Tristan Lombardo, Francesca Mango, Mary Marinello, Ella McAleer, Lauren McCarthy, Kaitlin McNamee, Kaitlyn Messina, Michael Morrissey, Lillian

  • September 10, 2019

    Article by Kidsday Reporter Tristan Lombardo '25: From this week's Kidsday series featuring the Bro. Joseph C. Fox Latin School If you’re looking for a great middle school, the Brother Joseph C. Fox Latin School in Uniondale is the place for you! Here's why I think the Latin School is better than most middle schools: The number of extracurricular activities and clubs. No matter what your interests are, you’ll find something that suits you. Cutting edge technology. That includes personal iPads and a state-of-the-art computer lab. The comfortable learning environment. There are animals everywhere around the school. There are two chapels if you would like

  • September 9, 2019

    This summer, Mock Trial Team Member Ava Boneville ('21) attended an intensive law program at Stanford University. The program was attended by almost 200 high school students and involved courses on the law and an exciting mock trial competition. As part of the program, Ava competed as lead attorney for a defense team at the San Fransico Federal Court. She and the rest of her team, composed of other students from around the country, took first place. About the experience, Ava said, "this was one of the most incredible experiences I ever had." She also said that she could not

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