Senior Seminars Expand Academic Growth

Article by Phoenix writer Sophia Paulich, ’24 Kellenberg strives to bring every student success by offering courses to highlight the importance of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics, otherwise known as STEM. The STEM department at Kellenberg has designed voluntary courses open to seniors in Calculus and Physics with the intention to broaden their knowledge in…

Ribbon Cutting, $125K Mark Memorable Day of Giving

Article by Phoenix reporter Caitlin Noonan, ’21: The annual Day of Giving celebration this Wednesday, March 24, which generated a total of $125,894.80 in donations, was ceremoniously capped by the Jim and Diane Rowen STEM Center Ribbon Cutting. According to Kellenberg’s Advancement Office, 763 donors, including 269 alumni, contributed by the end of the school…

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…

Science Olympiad Takes First Place at North Pocono Invitational

Article by Phoenix writer James Mooney III ’20: Congratulations to the Science Olympiad team on its exceptional performance at the North Pocono Invitational this Saturday. Senior Paul Bartolmea earned an impressive five medals, followed clearly by seniors Caitlyn Barnwell and Aidan York, and juniors Meaghan O’Keefe and Julia Zacharski, who all earned four. Senior Monika…