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“GOOD MORNING, SUNRISE!” – By Kelsey Baron, ’17

“GOOD MORNING, SUNRISE!”… …shouted approximately 800 rising high school seniors at 5:30 in the morning. A normal high schooler wouldn’t want to be awake at 5:30am, but this group was different. These 800 candidates were not only awake, but motivated and excited for the hour-and-a-half of sunrise PT (physical training) that was about to begin. […]

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Ribbon Cutting for the New Track: By Chiara Calov ’18

The Kennedy Catholic community came together at the first K-Fest celebration on the weekend of April 23rd, to celebrate two days of social events and sports games. To kick off the jamboree, Father Vaillancourt, along with various students, parents, and family members of Kennedy, cut the ribbon to open the newly-renovated, state-of-the-art, 400-meter track. At […]


Presidential Primary Comes to Kennedy: by Katie Kennon ‘17

On Thursday, April 28th, the Young Republicans Club and the Debate Club teamed up to host a mock GOP presidential candidate debate. Kenny Brown acted as Ted Cruz, Ostap Pryjdun stood as Donald Trump and Daniel Dudek posed as John Kasich. Members of the KCHS Young Republicans Club acted as moderators and asked the “candidates” […]

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Boys lacrosse looks to continue their winning ways: by Nico Quartironi ’17

Spring has officially arrived bringing nice weather, wearing of school polos and most importantly, the start of another promising season for the Kennedy Catholic Men’s Lacrosse Team. Despite having lost “the core four” group of talented seniors, who led last year’s team to an outstanding and extremely thrilling New York Class A State Championship Title, this […]

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Roger and Hammerstein’s “Cinderella”: by Hannah Langley ‘17

I have been in Kennedy’s theater program for three years now, and I must say that this year was an extremely challenging, yet truly rewarding experience. There were some good times, there were some bad times and there were a lot of stressful times. However, we all came together – cast, crew, costumes, orchestra – to put on a successful Cinderella. The […]


Serving the Community: by Rebecca O’Callaghan ’16 & Layne Smith ’16

Courage and compassion. These two attributes are deeply woven into all that  Kennedy Catholic does, especially when it comes to serving the community. Kennedy’s giving spirit is felt by many different organizations and people, both locally and overseas. This past Christmas season, the Student Council ran two collection drives for local charities. The first was […]


Masterpieces of the Spring Art Show: By Tianyi (Jack) Yuan ’16

The Kennedy Art Show was displayed during production week of Cinderella. Each opus was born from our fellow students’ enthusiasm and appreciation of beauty. The pieces of art transmitted verses from the students’ innermost selves. The artists used pigments that varied with the mood of their pieces.  Under the guidance of Mrs. Glembotzky in the art studio, they have been prepared to compose the finest paintings and drawings with deep […]

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Girls Lacrosse Starts 2016 Season Off on the Right Foot: By Rebecca O’Callaghan ’16

Kennedy Catholic Girls Lacrosse is starting off to what is sure to be an exciting season. For the first time in the New York Catholic High School Athletic Association‘s history, there is a female lacrosse league. The league consists of eight teams and next year will expand to include the Archdiocese of Brooklyn and Queens. […]

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The Future is Bright for Track and Field: By Rebecca O’Callaghan ’17

The Kennedy Catholic track and field team’s spring season is looking bright. With the addition of their newly renovated, 400 meter track, they are eagerly working hard to reach their new season goals. Under the leadership of senior captains Kenny Brown and Rebecca O’Callaghan, the team aims to improve their times, jumps and win medals […]


How to Prepare for the College Fair and Find the Right Fit: By Maggie Kennon ’17

What do Berkeley College, Rochester Institute of Technology, SUNY Cobleskill, University of Tampa, and Villanova University have in common? They will all be at the Kennedy Catholic college fair this Thursday! This is an amazing opportunity for sophomores and juniors to get a first impression of many schools. In total, forty-six schools will be in […]

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