Juniors Explore Jobs at Career Night

Article by Phoenix writer Mika Accardi ’25: Students and professionals alike met at Kellenberg on Tuesday, April 30 for the annual Junior Career Night. Representatives from various fields of work discussed potential work opportunities that await the juniors after completing their education. Juniors chose three careers which interested them the most and were able to attend presentations about their top three careers during the night. Careers ranged from Special Education to Dentistry and beyond. Brendan

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Annual St. Joseph’s Night Celebrates Father Figures

Article by Phoenix writer Grace Andino ’25: Fathers, grandfathers, and sons gathered on Sunday, April 28 to celebrate St. Joseph’s Evening of Recollection. This annual night is held for the young men at Kellenberg to gather with prominent father figures in their lives and enjoy an evening of prayer, dinner, and community. The night began with a beautiful mass in the auditorium. Following the service, Captain Gary M. Rose, recipient of the Medal of Honor

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Speech and Debate Takes on the State

Article by Phoenix writer Cristina Palmieri ’25: Kellenberg’s esteemed Speech and Debate Team qualified three members for the New York State Forensic League State Tournament, held at the Bronx High School of Science. The tournament was held over the course of two days, Friday, April 12 and Saturday, April 13. Top schools from all over the state attended the competition. The Kellenberg team succeeded despite the many other accomplished teams at the tournament. Representing the

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Junior College Fair Opens Minds to Future Opportunities

Article by Phoenix writer Sophia Venturino ’26: On Wednesday, April 10, Kellenberg juniors and their parents attended the Junior College Fair in the cafeteria from 7:00 to 8:30 P.M.. Representatives from nearly a hundred different colleges came to give students information on the countless options available to them for life after high school. Junior Cristina Palmieri shared, “The fair was very informative and really moved my college search along.” Spokespeople from universities such as Drexel,

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Mass Celebrates the ABC’s of Divine Mercy

Article by Phoenix writer Sophia Venturino ’26: On April 11, Kellenberg came together as a school community to celebrate the Mass for Divine Mercy, focusing on the love and mercy Christ gives to each of us in our lives. Father Dan spoke about the ABC’s of mercy in his homily: “Ask for His mercy, Be merciful to others, and Completely trust in God.” Fr. Dan also played the song “Jesus Went to the Garden” which

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Sophomores Attend Yearly Trip to Holocaust Museum

Article by Phoenix writer Sophia Kelly ’26: On April 19, many of our sophomores attended the Holocaust Museum in Glen Cove to learn about the history, experience, and persecution of Jewish people during World War II. The students got a tour of the museum and heard the story of Arnie Newfield, a survivor of the Holocaust. Anthony Custodio-Peña, a student from the group, says, “Mr. Newfield talked about his childhood since he was born in

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