PhoenixOnline is the school newspaper, published by the students of Kellenberg Memorial High School. Articles are posted throughout the school week to PhoenixOnline at kellenberg.org/phoenix. PhoenixOnline covers various Faith, Academic, Extra-Curricular, and Athletic stories and features at Kellenberg Memorial. PhoenixOnline staff contribute to the school journalism publication by conceiving stories, attending school events, conducting interviews, and writing and editing articles. Membership on the PhoenixOnline staff is open to all students in grades 6 through 12. Editorship positions are available by application.
An important extra facet of the academic life at Kellenberg Memorial is the literary magazine, Renaissance. Published twice a year in Fall/Winter and Spring/Summer issues, it contains the creative writings and artistic talents of students from grades six through twelve.
The creative voice heard in the poems, short stories, essays, and art is often unheard in the day-to-day work within the classroom.
By Kavon Morris ’23: November 18, 2023 was a regular day – until I got home. The day started off fine. I went to school
Bringing Flowers by Katelin Lopez ’25
“The Lucky Leprechaun” by Caroline Filocamo ’26 Oh la, ti-dah, Today’s the day, I make a quick get-away! The boys and girls have built their
“Summer Child” By Erin O’Connor ’25 I fell in love with the earth at a young age. I fell in love with the spray of
“Breathe” by Katelin Lopez ’25 If I cannot create then I cannot breathe. Creating art is my air. It keeps me going. Creating with my
“I am Korean. I am Italian. I am Attilio” by Attilio Saulo ’23 Feeling the hot blood rush to my face, I sat in my
“A Valuable Bah-Humbug!” by William Hegarty ’23: Christmas time, Oh so many joys, The time of earmuffs, To block out the noise. The corny songs,