Academic Support for All Students
The ARC is open to all students and provides a variety of programs. Students who want to improve their study skills, students who seek subject-specific tutoring, and students with learning differences/disabilities who require additional assistance and advocacy can all find support through the ARC. Academic support includes:
- Peer tutoring (National Honor Society)
- Study skill instruction
- Quiet study environment
- Time management assistance
- Brophy Testing Center
Supporting Students with Learning Disabilities
Brophy College Preparatory is committed to creating a supportive and inclusive academic learning environment. The Academic Resource Center seeks to ensure that all students have full and equal access to this educational environment. We recognize that every student is unique and in keeping with our commitment to cura personalis
(care of the whole person), Brophy offers programs and support for students with learning differences. Additionally, we assist faculty in their efforts to provide reasonable accommodations and equal access to learning.
The ARC supports students' unique learning needs through collaboration with faculty, staff, students and their families. Brophy seeks to ensure that all students have equal access to educational and co-curricular programming by providing individualized services and reasonable accommodations to students with diagnosed learning needs and disabilities. Academic accommodations and learning support services must be implemented within Brophy's college preparatory curriculum. With a clear focus on rigor and readiness, faculty utilizes various instructional strategies and methods for promoting academic success.
A Student Support Plan (SSP) for a qualifying student with a diagnosed and documented learning difference/disability may include: