• December 2, 2011

    Clicking on a teacher's name will take you to their website and contact information. Clicking on the Twitter logo () will take you to that teacher’s Twitter feed. Italicized name indicates department chairperson. Computer Education Frank, Mr. Kenneth Estrella, Mr. Juan Kennedy, Mr. Thomas Moncada, Mr. Joseph Plevritis, Mr. Peter Fine Arts Blanton, Mr. Clark Panasci, Miss Mary Collins, Mr. Emmett Driscoll, Bro. Timothy Narell, Mr. Brendan Rodney, Mrs. Christine Taffet, Mr. Robert Tochelli, Mrs. Anna Vegas, Mr. Sean Zider, Mrs. Sheila Physical Education and Health Ceasar, Mrs. Jeanne Alfalla, Mr. Christopher Finn, Mrs. Elizabeth Graham, Mr. Dennis Hart-Simonelli, Mrs. Jeanne Hellemeyer, Mrs. Stephanie Lyons, Mr. Christopher Meisse, Mr. Eric Sluka, Mrs. Suzanne English Doran, Mr. Keith Agulles, Mrs. Christine Beyrouty, Mr. Joseph Brown, Mr.

  • April 25, 2018

    The Marianist Community, Administration, Faculty, and Staff would like to congratulate the following student-athletes for their hard work, effort, commitment and success in the classroom, on the athletic fields and in celebrating their faith as valued members of the Kellenberg Memorial Family. Today they take the next step in their educational growth as they commit to the college they wish to attend and agree to participate in collegiate athletics at the highest level.   Patrick Beglane Marist College - Mens Track Additional Kellenberg Activities: National Honor Society   Nora Bennett Bucknell University - Womens Track Additional Kellenberg Activities: National Honor Society, C.R.O.S.S., S.P.I.R.I.T, Sodality, Library Service, JVB Soccer   Gillian Blackwood Loyola University (Maryland) - Womens Track Additional Kellenberg Activities: National Honor Society, Marianist Mentor, S.A.L.T., S.P.I.C.E, Junior

  • April 10, 2018

    Alexandra Navarette, one member of the incoming class of 2022 who currently attends St. Christopher’s School in Baldwin, described her experience at Kellenberg Memorial High School’s freshman orientation on Saturday: “After being able to see the various aspects of Kellenberg and the multiple activities that I will be able to be a part of at the school during my high school career, I know that I will succeed academically, strengthen my spirituality, and grow as I venture out and experience different aspects of the school throughout my four years here. I can truly see why Kellenberg considers itself ‘the school that never sleeps’ - there’s just so much to do!”

  • March 19, 2018

    The Most Improved Player Award This is awarded to the athlete who displayed the greatest amount of improvement and growth in their skills which contributed to the success of their team. The Bernie Ward Commitment Award This award is named after our beloved former faculty member, coach, and colleague Bernie Ward is for the athlete who has displayed the most passion and commitment towards bettering themselves and their teammates during the season. The Most Valuable Player Award This is awarded to the athlete whose contribution to the team contributed most towards that team’s success during the season.     Girls Basketball Megan Sprotte – Most Improved Coming into the season, the coaching staff was excited to see what type of role Megan Sprotte was going to

  • March 19, 2018

    Congratulations to the freshman and junior varsity award winners for the 2018 winter athletics season. The Most Improved Player Award is awarded to the athlete who displayed the greatest amount of improvement and growth in their skills which contributed to the success of their team. The Bernie Ward Commitment Award is named after our beloved former faculty member, coach, and colleague Bernie Ward is for the athlete who has displayed the most passion and commitment towards bettering themselves and their teammates during the season. The Most Valuable Player Award is awarded to the athlete whose contribution to the team contributed most towards that team’s success during the season.

  • February 15, 2018

    Article by Rachel Harrington '18: “Remember that you are dust and to dust you shall return”. This Wednesday, February 14, the entire student body and faculty gathered together to receive ashes for the start of Lent. Throughout the day prayer services are held to commemorate the beginning of Lent. Father Thomas Cardone, S.M. presided over the service, while the Gregorian Consortium sang beautiful reflective songs. Marking the sign of the cross on everyone’s foreheads with ashes, the senior Eucharistic Ministers blessed the entire school. Students and teachers were given a cross made out of two nails to remind us of Jesus on the cross and the sacrifices made for the whole human race. With the entire school wearing these crosses and wearing the ashes of

  • February 13, 2018

    Article by James Dionisio ‘20: “As iron sharpens iron, one man sharpens another.” (Proverbs 27:17 ) Kellenberg Memorial High School offers a multitude of activities for its students. Its most popular is a club called S.A.L.T. Bearing an acronym for Service, Allegiance, Leadership, and Teamwork, S.A.L.T. is known for setting up and serving various events at Kellenberg that include faculty dinners and spirit nights. 33 sophomores were selected to embark on a spiritual retreat at Founder’s Hollow from Sunday, February 4, 2018, to Tuesday, February 6, 2018. To start off the retreat, the students were taken to the Met Cloisters Museum in Manhattan. Everyone was astounded by the intricacy of the medieval Romanesque architecture. As soon as the sophomores arrived upstate at Founder’s, they all

  • January 23, 2018

    We invite you to our Open House for Accepted Candidates on Saturday, January 27th, starting promptly at 10:00 a.m. The program will conclude at approximately 11:30 a.m. Faculty, coaches, parents, students, and alumni will share with you their experiences at Kellenberg Memorial High School. You will have an opportunity to ask questions and to tour the school. You can also watch the program stream live on our Facebook Page that morning, or live on our homepage.

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