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STEM Activity News

  • October 10, 2019

    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 is a Jet Blue Pilot, a mother, a professor and weeks away from earning her doctorate. The students heard her speak about her amazing journey as she overcame many obstacles throughout her life. Her inspiring words left a lasting impression on our students as she encouraged them to follow their dreams and never stop working until you achieve your goals. A wonderful reminder for our students to love and honor their families and seek guidance

  • September 19, 2019

    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 heights through his participation in the Garcia Summer Research Program from July to August 2019. The Garcia Center for Polymers at Engineered Interfaces is Stony Brook University's research center for materials science, with the program focusing heavily on chemical and mechanical engineering of polymers. Hundreds of young high school scientists from all over the world compete for one of under one hundred available spots.

  • June 5, 2019

    The 2019 HSNCT saw great success for Kellenberg, with an exemplary performance by the A team, as well as a strong B team performance which shows that the successful program will continue for years to come. The four seniors, Chelsea, Natalie, Kate, and Tyler, will finish their season by participating in the National Scholastic Championship, hosted by the Partnership for Academic Competition Excellence, on June 8-9, 2019. The teams would like to thank their coaches, Bro. Nigel and Miss Lamonica, for all they have given to the program this season!

  • May 13, 2019
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    On Saturday, May 11, Kellenberg Junior students visited Old Bethpage Village Restoration for a STEM/History Nineteenth Century Scavenger Hunt. This unique opportunity allowed the Kellenberg History and Science Departments to partner with the staff at Old Bethpage Village to develop this program. During the trip, students were able to identify both STEM and History in various descriptions and demonstrations from the OBVR staff. This also included many student questions, and observations as well. The program began with a brief description of the life of Peter Cooper (the founder of Cooper Union) a great technical and industrial innovator of the nineteenth

  • May 1, 2019

    On Tuesday, April 30th, 24 seniors from the Business and Finance Club traveled to Molloy College to receive certificates of completion for the Bloomberg Module Training. The path to graduation began back in October and has taken the Seniors until just a few weeks ago to complete. Through the partnership, our students learned how to use the Bloomberg Terminals and analyze Macro-economy, Foreign Exchange, Markets, Equities, and Bonds. The students attended 2 lectures in the fall given by Business School Professors Dr. Peter D’Antonio and Dr. Robert Goch before they began their training on the terminals. The students used the

  • March 12, 2019

    On March 11, girls from the sophomore and junior classes attended the Salute to Women in STEM at the Cradle of Aviation.  During the day's events, the girls were able to meet two women who have made an impact in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics both locally and nationally. The first of whom was Dr. Sharon DeVivo, the first female president of Vaughn College of Aeronautics and Technology (Flushing, NY). Dr. DeVivio has been at Vaughn College for 23 years and shared what she has learned from her experiences from robotics to design to piloting. Students were

  • March 2, 2019

    Article by Megan Zabrouski '20: On Friday, students in grades 6-12 spent their evening in Emmanuel watching the Marvel movie, Iron Man. At the movie’s end, the group discussed the psychological, economical, and even geographical themes presented throughout Tony Stark’s journey. Some fun facts about the film’s production and the lead actor, Robert Downey Jr., were also shared by senior Ben Oppenheimer.

  • February 24, 2019

    Article by Aidan York '20: Over the weekend of February 15-16, over 40 high school and Latin School students traveled to Ithaca, NY to compete in the Fifth Annual Cornell Science Olympiad Invitational. This competition featured an extremely challenging field, boasting nationally ranked teams from Nevada, Washington, Michigan, and Texas, converging to clash in a battle of scientific prowess. After a half day of travel on Friday, February 15, and a full day of competition on Saturday, February 16, the results were tallied. Kellenberg's A team placed 15th out of 39 teams, winning medals in 4 events, while the high

  • February 14, 2019

    The Phoenix: Maya Tadross On Saturday the Latin School Science Olympiad Team participated in the Western Long Island Regional Competition. The team finished 4th out of 42 teams and was the only one of 7 teams to qualify for the New York State Science Olympiad Competition to be held in Syracuse, NY this coming April. Congratulations to: Ara San Antonio and James Cross, each with 4 medals Andrew Brites, Lauren Dunne, and Francesca Mango, each with 3 medals Lauren DeRiggi for winning 2 medals, and to Cameron Bunster, Lauren McCarthy, Xavier Milano, James Sessa, and Alex Szulzycki, each with 1

  • February 12, 2019

    On Saturday, February 2, the Kellenberg Science Olympiad team competed in the annual Nassau West Regional competition. After competing against teams from all throughout Nassau, Kellenberg ‘A’ took third out of 39 teams, with the ‘B’ and ‘C’ teams placing 14th and 25th. Aidan York ’20 led the team in medals, earning an outstanding six, followed by Paul Bartolemea, who earned five. Three medals were won by Monika Sweeney, Chelsea Faith-Florita, Natalie Jean-Michel, Tyler Martinus, Caitlin Noonan, and Meaghan O’Keefe. Two medals were won by Fran Morales, Caitlyn Barnwell, Andrew Erickson, Colin Donnelly, Julia Zacharski, and Olivia Tymon. Breana Stones,

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