Sophomores Receive Activity Pins in Recognition Ceremony

Article by Phoenix writer Sophia Paulich ’24: On Wednesday, June 1st, the sophomore class came together in the auditorium to close off the year by recognizing the multitude of student achievements made throughout the year. Pins for each club and activity were distributed to the students. Sophomore, Megan Dunne explains, “By receiving pins, the students…

Business Club visits Christus Vivit Community House

In November, the Business and Finance Club began a partnership with the Christus Vivit Community House. Sister Marie Mackey asked the students to produce a marketing campaign to create ways to promote and raise awareness about Christus Vivit by incorporating Pope Francis’ message at World Youth Day. Three weeks later the students presented their campaigns…

Writers for the PhoenixOnline Shine at the Adelphi Quill Awards

Article by Phoenix writer Nicholas Cortese ’23: On February 18, Adelphi University held their annual High School Press Day and Quill Awards Ceremony for Writers. This year, the conference was held virtually. Despite the change of scenery, Kellenberg’s representatives were just as successful. The school’s newly reformed news source, PhoenixOnline, took home second place for…

Renaissance Club Hosts “Tragedy of Macbeth” Showing

Article by Phoenix writer Griffin Noumair ’24: On Friday, February 11th, the Renaissance club had a showing of the recently released “Tragedy of Macbeth” directed by Joel Coen in the auditorium. The movie is a rendition on the already famous Macbeth, one of the most critically acclaimed Shakespearean tragedies. “Tragedy of Macbeth” stars eminent actors…

Spanish Club is a Smashing Success

Article by Phoenix writer Colleen Bayley ’23 Kellenberg’s High School Spanish Club originated 20 years ago, making it one of the first clubs since the school’s opening. The Spanish Club participates in many enjoyable activities, such as karaoke, Kahoots, movies, arts and crafts, and more. Prayer services are also incorporated occasionally. The students celebrate all…

Model UN Represents at Columbia University’s Virtual Conference

Article by Phoenix writer Lillian Stern ’22: Starting their weekend off strong, select members of the Kellenberg Model United Nations team attended a competitive conference hosted by Columbia University. After weeks of compiling strategy and research, each competitor was asked to represent a politician from 1999. In their respective roles, they were tasked to maintain…