Jim Bopp, Assistant Principal for Technology and Instruction, will host a public meeting outlining all the measures that Brophy has put in place to protect students while they are accessing the internet at Brophy at 9:00 am on Friday, July 27th, in the Faculty Lounge (next to the Admissions Office). The discussion will include information [...]
Applications are now available for Kairos and Magis retreats. Any seniors, juniors and sophomores interested in participating may pick up an application in the OFJ or on the OFJ website. Any student who has already participated in a Kairos or Magis retreat may apply to be a student leader on a retreat this year.
Prom will take place on April 28th from 8:00 to 11:30 p.m. in the Promthenon. This dance is for Brophy and Xavier students in the 11th and 12th grade. Each student may bring one guest. Guest passes will be available to students the week of April 16th. Guests will need their own tickets for the [...]
Brophy’s Key Club joined the Southwest District Key Club Convention in Phoenix, on April 13-15, in which over 400 Key Club students participated from Arizona, New Mexico, western Texas and southern Nevada. Eric Andrews, Alexis Guevara, Coby Palivathukal, Tim Stoa and Max Varosky represented Brophy’s Key Club. Eric Andrews ran for Lt. Governor of the [...]
Registration for the 2012-2013 school year will begin on February 27th at 5:00 p.m. All of the information will be available on Brophy’s website at that time, including the link to the Registration Module, the online portion of Registration. Once this module is completed, you will receive a link to download the necessary paperwork. Registration [...]
Dear Parents, If you haven’t already, I hope that you’ll circle next Tuesday evening on your calendar and plan to stop by Brophy for our annual Fine Arts Extravaganza. Thanks to the hard work of Mr. Mulloy and our entire Fine Arts Department, the campus is transformed into a showcase of student artwork. There will [...]
Have you been thinking about going on an immersion trip but aren’t sure you can get away for the week or more that most trips require? Now is your chance to experience a mini-immersion trip that lasts just one day.
Tuesday, November 1, 7:00 p.m., Xavier College Prep, Performing Arts Center. The Concert will feature Wind Ensemble, Symphonic Band, Percussion Ensemble, and Jazz Bands. Admission to the Concert is free of charge.
DON’T MISS IT! Death of a Salesman opens next week. This iconic play which has been produced somewhere in the world every day since Arthur Miller wrote it in 1949, runs for six performances only – Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday, October 26, 27, 29, and November 2, 3, 5. All performances begin at 7:00 p.m. in [...]
The Admissions process for the 2012 school year is starting soon. Below is information on the upcoming 8th Grade Information Socials, the Shadow Program, Applications, and Brophy’s Open House.
On Friday, members of The Wrangler, Brophy’s satire newspaper, distributed paper copies of its 10th edition at break. In it, you’ll find satirical news writing from Kyle Padden ’12, Henry Miller ’12, Jack Welty ’12, Rohan Andresen ’12, Austin Tymins ’13, and Sean Cahill ’12. HIGHLIGHTS: Look for our summer immersion trip section featuring Argentina, [...]
Dear Parents, While early August at Brophy is always a time of great excitement and anticipation, I don’t remember a year that’s started with this much enthusiasm. I want to briefly touch on a few of the reasons why I think this year holds so much promise. Our students. The Men of 2015 are an [...]
In a few weeks, Brophy will publish and distribute a Directory which will include the addresses and phone numbers of current Brophy students and families. If you do not want to have your contact information included in the Directory, please notify Mrs. Ann Wolf in the Principal’s Office via email (email@example.com) by Friday, August 26, [...]
Dear Parents / Guardians of Students: As Catholics, we believe that every human being is created in the image and likeness of God. Each of us is sacred and our lives—body, mind and soul—should be treated with respect. The safety of your children is always uppermost in our mind. Therefore, Safe Environment education is incorporated [...]
Congratulations to senior Eric Villanueva ’11 who was named a winner of The Arizona Republic’s 2011 Scholastic Journalist Award. The winners were published in the Sunday Living section of the newspaper on May 15th. Eric was this year’s Co-Editor in Chief of The Roundup, Brophy’s student newspaper, and throughout his three years writing for the [...]
Each year 32 seniors, 16 in the fall and 16 in the spring, are awarded this distinction. These students demonstrate outstanding effort in school, achieve a solid record of participation in co-curricular activities and establish a record of service to not only the Brophy community, but the greater community, as well. They are selected by [...]