Congratulations to Caitlin Noonan, ’21 who was named a finalist in the Spellman Clean Tech Competition at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory. Caitlin said, “This means that my project, designing a swimming robot to detect and forecast harmful algal blooms in local waterways, was recognized as one of the top projects received by the judging committee. My project was one of the top 10 projects in the High Tech category, beating out hundreds of students from
Check out the interviews with our Class of 2021 valedictorians, Emma Carmody and Marc Scocca on WALK 97.5 FM!
Major Award Honorees Kellenberg Memorial High School General Excellence Award Emma Jean Carmody Alex Robert Scagnelli Kellenberg Memorial High School Fr. Francis T. Keenan, S.M. Valedictorian Award Emma Jean Carmody James Scocca Academic Excellence Award Awarded Marc James Scocca Veronica Kate Tadross Edward J. Dunn Student Athlete Award Kylie Rutledge McShea Colin James Richards Brother Richard J. Hughes, S.M. Service Award Imani Grace Chung Charles Joseph Peknic Awards for Special Activities Band Award for Excellence
Congratulations to Brandi Licato, ’24, and Colin Simpson, ’23 on recently being awarded the Nassau Music Educator Association Scholarship to study at a music summer camp. Both students were nominated and chosen to receive the scholarship among many young musicians in Nassau County. Brandi Licato, a freshman violinist in the Firebird Orchestra, has been studying violin and piano for several years and has received high scores at the NYSSMA solo festival. Brandi will study at
On June 3, seniors Henry Raber, ’21, Shannon Pepe, ’21, Mackenzie McAllister, ’21, Price McAllister, ’21, and Nicole Barsch ’21 received the 2021 Joe Ferriso Memorial Scholarship, given to graduating seniors of Joe Ferriso’s alma mater, Kellenberg Memorial High School. The award was presented by the family of Joe Ferriso who passed away after an auto accident in 2015. A scholarship in his name was established to award graduates of Kellenberg Memorial High School and
Article by Phoenix writer Angelo Tsassis, ’22 Over the 2-day stretch of May 19-May 20, Kellenberg’s Junior Spirit Days were held for the school’s 11th grade. It was a great mix between fun and faith, and represented a proverbial “passing of the torch”, as the juniors became the school’s most senior grade. On the first day, the entire junior class boarded busses to go visit Adventureland, a popular amusement park in East Farmingdale. Kellenberg rented