We Are Brophy

Brophy College Preparatory, the only Catholic, Jesuit high school in Arizona, strives to educate
the whole person through rigorous academics and innovative technology, through outreach
and service, and through retreats and personal reflection. Inspired by St. Ignatius of Loyola,
a Jesuit education is focused on having students graduate as young people who are 
open to growth, intellectually competent, religious, loving and committed to doing justice.

Ad Majorem Dei Gloriam

The Class of 2018 was accepted into 196 colleges and universities. Over one-third of the 311 students (112) graduated with Academic Distinction (a weighted GPA of 4.0 or above). Twenty-eight graduates earned a level of National Merit Scholar recognition (11 National Merit Finalists and 17 National Merit Commended Scholars), and 102 graduates earned some level of Advanced Placement Scholar distinction. This Advanced Placement recognition included six students named National Advanced Placement Scholars with scores that average "4" or higher on all AP exams and scores of at least a "4" on eight or more exams. 

In athletics, Brophy fields 26 teams in 11 Arizona interscholastic sports and nine teams in four club sports. Brophy's teams and athletes have earned 94 state titles. 

The heart and soul of Brophy is the Office of Faith and Justice which organizes retreats, community service work and immersion trips. Through these activities students realize the true value of a Jesuit education, with opportunities to nurture their faith, grow as leaders and strengthen their commitment to serving others.

In the Jesuit tradition, students study, compete and serve Ad Majorem Dei Gloriam – for the Greater Glory of God. AMDG