Thank you for your interest in the Brother Joseph C. Fox Latin School. This division of Kellenberg Memorial provides a Catholic school education for students in the sixth, seventh, and eighth grades. The school is named in honor of Brother Joseph C. Fox, a Marianist Brother who devoted over fifty years of his life to Catholic education.
The school is owned and operated by the Society of Mary (Marianists), a religious order of Priests and Brothers. The Marianists were founded in 1817 by Blessed William Joseph Chaminade to educate youth under the patronage of Our Lady.
Kellenberg Memorial High School combines the proven curriculum and methods of a successful tradition with modern pedagogical advances to provide its students with a rich, qualitative educational experience. The Kellenberg Memorial program offers an atmosphere of positive Christian values and extensive co-curricular and extracurricular activities for personal development. The course of studies has been drawn up in conformity with the school’s consistent policy of promoting the greatest intellectual competence together with the highest moral character. The scope of the curriculum provides for a liberal education that meets the most stringent high school entrance requirements.
Please feel free to contact the Latin School Office at (516) 292-0200, ext. 380, if you require further assistance or if you wish to request additional information.
Thank you for your interest in and support of Catholic education at the Latin School.