After last week’s article, “What Have We Gotten Back?” by PhoenixOnline Editor-in-Chief Angelo Tsassis ’22, PhoenixOnline surveyed the student body about what they were most happy to have back after the Covid 19 adjustment of the 2020-21 school year. A convincing 27.5% of students who took the survey believed that the simple act of changing classes was what they were most happy about. In second and third place respectively, were after-school clubs and activities and
Article by Phoenix writer Lillian Stern ’22: On Saturday, October 5, students and teachers alike rallied to transform Kellenberg Memorial into the school’s iconic Open House event. S.A.L.T. moderator Mr. Brennan says, “We had well over 3000 people walk through our front doors. It was wonderful to see such a large number of prospective students. At Kellenberg, we want to share the message of Jesus Christ. Getting students in the doors at Open House is
Article by Phoenix writer Grace Garcia ’23: On Wednesday, September 29th, Kellenberg hosted a Virtual College Night for junior students and their parents. The online webinar from 7:00 PM to 8:00 PM provided juniors with information about college admissions. This event was presented by Miss Ronan, Mrs. Marconi, Ms. Gulmi, Mr. Dugal, Mrs. Strauss, and Mr. Tahany. “College night was very informative, and it was comforting to feel the support from the teachers presenting,” Junior
Article by Phoenix writer Griffin Noumair ’24: On Friday, October 1st, the class of 2024 participated in Kellenberg’s annual sophomore ANOINT Day. Sophomore students walked into school wearing a colorful ANOINT Day themed t-shirt, ready to engage in a day of fun-filled activities. The first part of the day was spent watching the movie When The Game Stands Tall. The movie was centered around the De La Salle High School football team, who held the
Article by Phoenix writer Mia Habert ’22: For the first time in almost two years, the Kellenberg Memorial family was back together on Thursday, September 23 for the Mass for the Marianist Martyrs. The entire student body was ecstatic to have back a sense of normalcy for the day. Father Daniel Griffin S.M. celebrated the Mass for the Latin school, Freshmen, and Sophomore divisions. Father Thomas Cardone S.M. celebrated the Junior and Senior division Mass.
Article by Phoenix writer Nicholas Cortese ’23: On Friday, September 23, the varsity football squad showed up to the Mitchell Field Complex with a big win for the “White Out” matchup against Xavier High School. The importance of unity and team chemistry was displayed immediately starting from the first kickoff on Friday. Each athlete looked calm and collected as soon as he stepped on the turf. The defense was insurmountable at all times, and the