Brophy College Preparatory — the only Jesuit, Catholic high school in Arizona — strives to educate the whole person through top-tier academics and innovative technology, through community outreach and service, and through retreats and personal reflection. Inspired by St. Ignatius of Loyola, Brophy's Jesuit education is focused on forming Men for Others and educating graduates to be open to growth, intellectually competent, religious, loving and committed to doing justice.
AMDG — Ad Majorem Dei Gloriam
The Class of 2022 was accepted into 180 colleges and universities. Twenty-five graduates earned National Merit recognition — three National Merit Scholars and 22 National Merit Commended Students with almost one-third of the class earning some level of AP Scholar recognition.
Brophy is home to the Broncos who field teams in 12 6A Arizona Interscholastic Association sports and sponsors competitive club programs in archery, rugby, crew, hockey, mountain biking and lacrosse. Brophy teams have earned 106 state titles in the school’s history.
Brophy’s Office of Faith and Justice sits at the heart of the campus and plays a central role in forming young men through liturgies, retreats, service opportunities, immersion experiences and the annual Summit on Human Dignity. Through these activities students nurture their faith, grow as leaders and strengthen their commitment to serving others. Brophy welcomes students of all faith traditions and recognizes that every human being is entitled to love, acceptance and dignity.
In the Jesuit tradition, students study, compete and serve Ad Majorem Dei Gloriam — for the Greater Glory of God.