Renaissance Hosts Poetry Read-Around

Article by Phoenix writer Lauren DeRiggi ’24: On Friday, March 18th, Kellenberg’s Renaissance hosted a poetry read-around. The Renaissance is Kellenberg’s Literary magazine where students have the opportunity to express their creativity through prose, short stories, artwork, and essays. The read-around consisted of students in grades 6-12 reading works from their favorite poets, such as…

Kellenberg Unites In Prayer For Pope’s Consecration of Ukraine and Russia

Article by Phoenix writer Cristina Palmieri ’25: On March 25, the Solemnity of the Annunciation, Pope Francis consecrated Russia and Ukraine to the Immaculate Heart of Mary in the hope that peace may prevail in the countries. The Solemnity of the Annunciation celebrates when Mary said yes to conceiving and bearing Jesus Christ, the Prince…

Kellenberg’s Dance Team Fights for Gold at Nationals

Article by Phoenix writer Lillian Stern ’22: Kellenberg’s Varsity Dance team traveled to Orlando, Florida to compete in the NDA High School Dance Nationals. The team had rigorously prepared for six months, crafting their routines with Matt Kirschenheiter, the choreographer from St. John’s University. Becoming top ten in the nation with the highest scores in…

Motivational Speaker Bobby Petrocelli Visits KMHS Faith Friday

Article by Phoenix writer Elizabeth Mooney ’22: On Friday, March 11th, Kellenberg hosted the second Faith Friday of the school year. Faith Fridays were first offered last year to allow students to escape from the orderliness of class and develop their faith. To follow through with the latter idea, Mr. Basile invited motivational speaker Bobby…

Business Club visits Christus Vivit Community House

In November, the Business and Finance Club began a partnership with the Christus Vivit Community House. Sister Marie Mackey asked the students to produce a marketing campaign to create ways to promote and raise awareness about Christus Vivit by incorporating Pope Francis’ message at World Youth Day. Three weeks later the students presented their campaigns…