Article by Phoenix writer Grace Garcia ’23: Junior Michelle Paszek had the opportunity to engage in scientific inquiry this past summer as part of the
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.
Article by Phoenix writer Nicholas Cortese ’23: During the week of October 24, scientists around the country celebrated National Bat Week. To some, the custom
Article by Phoenix writer Delaney Clark ’25: On November 14, the One Heart, One Mind, Many Cultures Club met to learn more about each other’s
Article by Phoenix writer Michelle Paszek ’24: Fall is a time of change from the bright summer sun to a cold and dark winter. As
Article by Phoenix writer Colleen Bayley ’23: The annual Latin School Halloween Dance took place on Friday, October 28th, with lots of games, dancing, and
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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.
“Searching Skeleton” by Spiro Mihalatos ’26 “Trapped Inside” by Caroline Filocamo ’27 I sit in a chair, surrounded by darkness. I stand, after minutes— no,
A Runner’s Mind By Katelin Lopez ’25 A man comes on the loudspeaker to let the 200 meter racers know that it’s time to come
My Uncle’s Squirrels By Victoria Vakser ’26 I have an uncle who despises squirrels.He hates their little faces, the way their tail curls,for they gnaw
“Them” By Chloe Horstmann ’26 The large doors opened, sending a chill down her spine in the already frigid air. She turned around, unsure of
“I Hate Fall” By Sahara Arbouet ’26:(Read from top to bottom then read from bottom to top) I hate fall Did you expect me to
The Season’s Bridge, Amaya Cigliano ’25 “Copper” By Erin O’Connor ’25 I don’t live in a world of Grayscale or monochromatic. I don’t live in
Above: Men and Women Standing Proud By Luka Pierre-Louis ’22 Below: The Beauty in Imperfection Katelin Lopez ’25 I have always strived for perfection.
Above: “Evil Eyes” by Samantha Nobles ’22 Below: “Haunted House” by Nathaniel Denzler ’22 I am not one to believe in the supernatural or the
Above: “Lily Pads” by Lindsey Rubenstein ’24 Below: “Blue” by Audrey Sasso ’25 Blue like the ocean that can show such might; Blue like the midday
Desert Sunflowers by Katelin Lopez ’25 White Sun by Chikamso Agina ’22 In the month of her birth, the sun hides behind clouds of ash,
My Greek Orthodox Easter by Aryetta Koutsogiannis ’23 Growing up Greek Orthodox, my mother often stressed the importance of Lent. She believed that we can