Alumni Spotlight: Victoria Bell ’18

The Kellenberg Alumni Family Follow @kmhsalumni Victoria Bell ’18 is a junior multimedia journalism student at Hofstra University’s Lawrence Herbert School of Communication. She is currently interning for CNBC Make It in the digital video department. She has also completed an internship at Newsday in the lifestyle department. Victoria is also a director, producer, and…

Fine Arts Friday – March 26, 2021

Drama & Renaissance Voice, Instrument, & NYSSMA Solos Guitar Club Large Ensembles Student Submissions Digital Media Selections Aidan Byrne Alex Scagnelli Alexis Lindsay Aline Asarian Amileah Fahmy Anabella Ginebra Ashli DeMaria Ava Stanley Breanne Bell Carmelina Oscar Cassandra Chamides Claire Galante Tampa Bay Rays v New York Yankees Frank Rizzo Gianna Chiariello Hailey Pitcher Jack…

Fine Arts Friday Festival – February 26, 2021

Featured Musical Selections Works featured from our students in the Latin School, Firebird, and Pheonix Band, Chorus, and Orchestras. https://youtu.be/hLO7cAy34Go Phoenix & Firebird Chorus Selections Featured Fine Arts Works featured from our students in grades 6, 8, and 12. Featured Digital Media Works featured from our seniors taking the Digital Media Elective. Ava Carrano Carmelina…

Direct from Milan, Italy to the Jim & Diane Rowen STEM Center

Mrs. Frem’s Environmental Science class had the opportunity to conference with Dr. Giorgio Vacchiano from the Department of Agriculture and Environmental Studies at the University of Milan in Italy.  The Skype-A-Scientist Program made this meeting possible. Dr. Vacchiano discussed his research in forest ecology, the value of forests around the globe, and fire management in…

Alyson Breslin ’23 and Maegan Sheehan ’23 Interview Writer Catherine Chandler

There is no question that literature and life are inextricably connected.  Authors often use their own personal experiences as raw material for their creative projects, whether those projects take the form of novels, short stories, essays, or poetry.  For students of literature, there can be no greater thrill than to unearth these biographical connections by…