Two additional evening tours and presentations are offered on
Thursday, October 25, 2018 and Thursday, November 15, 2018 at 7:45 p.m.
For additional information, please call the High School Admissions Office (516) 292-0200, extension 210; or the Latin School Admission Office at extension 380.
Kellenberg Memorial High School offers this time-tested curriculum to students with varying educational needs. Students in the Honors Program take four years of a world language. Students in the Academic I Program study a world language for three years and take a course in College Writing during the fourth year. Students in the Academic II Program take four years of English Composition in the place of a world language class. Academic II students also study American Sign Language in the Junior and Senior years. Also students may have the option to gain college credit in College Writing, American History II, Intro to Calculus, English Literature, English Composition, Art Portfolio Preparation, Senior Religion, Latin, French, Spanish, and American Sign Language.
4 Years of Religion
(Scripture, Church History, Christian Morality, Christian Existence)
4 Years of English
(Grammar, Writing, Vocabulary, Public Speaking, and Literature)
4 Years of History
(World History, European History, two years of American History)
4 Years of Mathematics
(Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II & Trigonometry, Pre-Calculus or Intro to Calculus)
4 Years of Science
(Earth Science, Biology, Chemistry, Physics)
4 Years of World Language
(Choice of French, Latin, or Spanish)
4 Years of Physical Education and Enrichment
(Art, Tae Kwon Do, Horizons & Technology, SAT Preparation, Music, Health, Art Portfolio Preparation, Advanced Computer Applications, Digital Media, Computer Science, Music Theory)
Graduating Class of 2018 – 524 Graduates
PARTICIPATION in extracurricular clubs and activities is an essential part of the Kellenberg Memorial experience. Students have the opportunity to become involved in one or more of the over 80 different cocurricular or extracurricular activities.
The ENTHUSIASM of a Kellenberg Memorial Student is not limited to clubs and activities. Kellenberg Memorial offers over 80 athletic teams. For sports in which the demand is very great, freshman, junior varsity and varsity level teams have been created in order to allow for maximum participation and enthusiasm. Teams include:
As students reach their junior and senior years, many opportunities arise to assume leadership roles within the school community. Members of the faculty guide and develop leadership skills that will last a lifetime.
Faith is a primary aspect of the Kellenberg Memorial School Community.
In addition to the academic and extracurricular programs at Kellenberg Memorial, students also share in a faith experience within the context of a Catholic school community. All activities, both inside and outside of the classroom, are carried out in the spirit of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Through the spiritual dimension of their education students grow into mature, Christian men and women. Retreat Programs are held in Emmanuel Retreat House on campus and at Founder’s Hollow, a Marianist Retreat Facility in upstate New York. The following programs contribute to the faith dimension of Kellenberg Memorial High School: