Brophy has five counselors dedicated to preparing students and parents for the college search, application, discernment and selection process. Each student is assigned to a college counselor at the beginning of his sophomore year and remains with that same counselor through graduation. Although the counselor’s primary objective is to prepare students and their parents for the college selection process, the counselor serves as the primary point of contact for each student and parent regarding any issue — academic, personal or otherwise — that may arise.
On-campus college visits and other related events may look different as we navigate through changing circumstances related to the pandemic. You can always find the most recent information from the Counseling Department in the eNews, Brophy's twice-monthly newsletter.
Please note that the National Association of College Admissions Counseling (NACAC) is offering a series of virtual college fairs