Today, 17 students from the Latin School and High School visited the Cradle of Aviation Museum for a STEM talk with Camila Turrieta. Camila Turrieta
(Missed our Open House for Accepted Candidates on January 25? Watch the presentation online here!)
Latin School Registration
Wednesday, January 29, from 5:00 – 7:00 PM at Kellenberg Memorial.
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Congratulations to Paul Bartolemea ’20, National Merit Scholarship Program semi-finalist, and to Caitlyn Barnwell ’20, Victor Louie ’20, Thomas McCartney ’20, and Aidan York ’20 on their
After years of participation in Science Olympiad and STEM-based activities at Kellenberg Memorial, senior Aidan York took his dedication and passion for science to new
On Saturday, September 14, the Varsity and Junior Varsity Volleyball teams traveled to Eisenhower Park to participate in Nassau County’s League of Yes baseball game.
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.
More about Kellenberg Memorial
Kellenberg Memorial High School is a private, independent, Catholic school established in 1987. It is located near the middle of Nassau County, Long Island, on a campus of twenty-one acres. Kellenberg Memorial is owned and operated by the brothers and priests of the Marianist Community. The curriculum is exclusively college preparatory. Three academic programs prepare students for college studies. Financial constraints do not permit any special academic programs or modifications of the required curriculum. Admission is based on the Catholic High School Entrance Exam.
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One Heart, One Mind
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
By Newsday’s Jordan Lauterbach: Kellenberg’s Maureen Lewin figured she wasn’t going to break any records Saturday morning, but that didn’t matter much to her. It’s
On Thursday, May 9, the Varsity Softball Team held their annual Benefit Game at Bob Klein Field under the lights at RVC Sports Complex against
By Newsday’s Owen O’Brien: If you’re a pitcher looking for a respite, one place you won’t find it is in the Kellenberg lineup. The Firebirds
By Newsday’s Roger Rubin: After Kellenberg missed out on a CHSAA baseball three-peat last season, the focus this year was to get back in the
The Marianist Community, Administration, Faculty, and Staff would like to congratulate these 25 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.
Article by Newsday’s Owen O’Brien: The Kellenberg softball team needed to get creative. With their championship series set for the same day as the Kellenberg