Article by Ed Jansen, ’21: Maybe it’s the tale of two labs – the best of times and the worst of times. But demolition began
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
By Newday’s Peter Kersich: Kellie Sandas doesn’t have the word losing in her vocabulary. The four-year member of the Kellenberg girls bowling team went undefeated
Article by Nick Cortese, ’23: Thanks to modern technology and some dedicated members, Speech and Debate had a first trimester to remember. Team members pour
The Bro. Joseph C. Fox Latin School at Kellenberg Memorial
A Qualitative Catholic Middle School Education With the Resources of a High School
Since 1988, the Brother Joseph C. Fox Latin School has been providing middle school students with a qualitative Catholic education in the Marianist Tradition. Students in the sixth, seventh, and eighth grades follow a challenging curriculum that stimulates their intellects and expands their understanding.
Saint Pope John Paul II once wisely stated, “The future starts today, not tomorrow.” In order to ensure that countless generations of Firebirds receive an equally innovative Catholic, liberal arts education rooted in the Marianist tradition in the future, the administration of Kellenberg Memorial is taking bold steps today.
Faith is a of the Kellenberg Memorial school community.
A Marianist Education
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.
Service Over Self
Article by Newsday’s Roger Rubin: Every kid who grows up with a football envisions turning in a performance that leaves a crowd chanting his name.
By Newsday’s Laura Amato: It was all about getting off to a good start for the Kellenberg boys soccer team on Saturday morning. Setting a
Article by Newsday’s Jake Falk: On an overcast, humid day at Cedar Creek Park in Seaford the atmosphere was anything but gloomy for two winless
For the sixth consecutive year, the Kellenberg varsity volleyball team has been at “the top of their game” both on the court and in the
Article by Céili Donnelly ’20 The whole thing started because of an idea Sarah Killian ’20 and her mom came up with after seeing various