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  • August 14, 2017

    This summer was also very exciting for upcoming senior and mock trial captain Samantha Gentile. Samantha was one out of the 120 students nationwide accepted to attend the National Student Leadership Conference at Yale University in the field of Law and Advocacy. During this 9 conference, students attended numerous lectures from some of the most renowned law professors in the county, including the Dean of the Yale Law School. Samantha attended lectures not only in law, but in leadership as well; where she learned how to implement management techniques for her team. At the end of this conference, all of

  • August 10, 2017

    Article by Newsday's Kenny DeJohn Soccodato sisters live out dream playing for Italy in Women’s Lacrosse World Cup For sisters Cate and Emma Soccodato, a promise is a promise. And although the pact they made with their father 10 years ago may have seemed impossible at the time, determination and a little luck made it a reality. Ten years ago, the Soccodato sisters wanted nothing more than to play for Italy in the Women’s Lacrosse World Cup. Big fans of the sport, the Soccodatos wanted to represent their roots and make their family proud. But there was a problem: Italy

  • July 25, 2017

    For the THIRD straight year, the American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) has named the Kellenberg Memorial girls varsity volleyball team as a recipient of the AVCA Team Academic Award. This award honors high school volleyball teams that are outstanding both on the court and in the classroom.  Teams are recognized for maintaining a 3.30 out of 4.00 or an 87% cumulative team GPA for an academic school year. "Our coaching staff is absolutely thrilled that the athletes in the Kellenberg volleyball program continually strive for excellence.  As a matter of fact, the 2016 squad surpassed AVCA's required GPA by an

  • July 24, 2017

    Article by Miya Jones: Denzel Honore thought about building benches in Hempstead’s Kennedy Park to earn his Eagle Scout badge until a local legislator put an old red schoolhouse with a potbelly stove on his radar. Once he saw the structure in Hempstead, he decided to try to make it a historical landmark. Honore, who belongs to Troop 300, based in Hempstead, said town Councilwoman Dorothy L. Goosby talked about a decrepit schoolhouse in need of repair during an Eagle Scout ceremony earlier this year at St. George’s Episcopal Church on Front Street. She is a longtime resident and said

  • July 12, 2017

    On July 12, Bishop John Barres paid a visit to Kellenberg Memorial High School's Summer Camps program. While on campus, Bishop Barres spent time with the students attending our athletic camps, as well as our drama workshop, robotics camps, and our creative writing camp. Bishop Barres used his experience as a point guard at Princeton University to explain the importance of teamwork and leadership when it comes to the faith.