As a Catholic, Jesuit, college preparatory school, Brophy seeks to prepare students both for admission to and for success at the university level, but to do so while forming them in all five areas of Brophy’s Profile of the Graduate at Graduation. Thus, the academic program is imagined and delivered to help students become more Intellectually Competent, more Open to Growth, more Committed to Doing Justice, more Religious, and more Loving. Students are required to complete 27 credits to graduate, which includes a balance of the Humanities, Mathematics & Science, and Fine Arts, with an emphasis placed on Religious Studies. A variety of Honors and Advanced Placement classes complement a college preparatory curriculum to meet students where their abilities and curiosities reside. Furthermore, as a one-to-one computing school where every student and teacher has a tablet laptop computer, Brophy embraces technology in the ways that it can augment and broaden the learning environment beyond the four walls of the classroom.
To see the wide range of courses offered at Brophy that helps form its students, click here.
To read about the faculty who bring the curriculum to life, click on the departmental pages to the right.