College Admission Rep Visits

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The College Placement Office at Kellenberg Memorial provides a wide range of services, primarily beginning during the Junior year.  Every student at Kellenberg is assigned a College Placement Counselor who works in consultation with the student and his or her family to select a college that is well suited to their academic, personal and financial needs.  Programming includes: Career Night, College Information Night for Juniors and their Parents, a College Essay workshop, Financial Aid Night, College Night for Seniors, as well as many other instructional assemblies, videos, and written communication.

Miss Erin Ronan
College Placement Coordinator

(516) 292-0200 x211 •

Ms. Gabrielle Gulmi
College Placement Liaison

(516) 292-0200 x391 •

Class of 2022

A’Hearn – Canner
Mrs. Ruth Marconi
Assistant  Principal for Guidance
(516) 292-0200 ext. 218

Cappi – Doyle
Mr. Michael Tahany
Asst. College Placement Counselor
(516) 292-0200 ext. 281

Dubicki – Harkin
Mr. Kevin Dugal
Asst. College Placement Counselor
(516) 292-0200 ext. 283

Hawkins – McGauvran
Miss Erin Ronan
Coordinator of College Placement
(516) 292-0200 ext. 211

McGrath – Panek
Mrs. Jennifer Strauss
Asst. College Placement Counselor
(516) 292-0200 ext. 308

Parker – Shaw
Ms. Gabrielle Gulmi
College Placement Liaison
(516) 292-0200 ext. 391

Siasco – Zylberberg
Fr. Albert Bertoni, S.M.
Director of Guidance, Emeritus
(516) 292-0200 ext. 252


On Target Dates

Check when your applications are due.

College Visitation Form may be found under Parents –> Forms.

How To

Financial Aid

Financial Aid includes scholarships, need-based grants, work-study, student loans, and parent loans. All higher education institutions calculate requests for any financial aid by considering a student’s Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).  All college websites provide access to a Net Price Calculator, which can be of some assistance in estimating the cost of attendance.

NCAA College Coordinator

As the college admissions landscape evolves, we strive to meet our students’ needs in every facet of the process. The NCAA Coordinator helps both student-athletes and their parents navigate the complexities of the recruitment process. We offer individual meetings with students and parents to develop a unique recruitment strategy for each student-athlete. In addition, the office sends out a monthly newsletter which addresses relevant issues.

Most importantly, starting freshman year, the office advises athletes on NCAA eligibility requirements, providing students ample opportunity to meet or exceed eligibility for collegiate competition.

Our goal is simple: to facilitate the student-athlete’s transition into collegiate athletics while remaining true to our apostolic mission.

Ten members of the class of 2020 who signed letters of intent to play NCAA Athletics.