Brophy has suspended in-person classes and has introduced a distance-learning program that began Thursday, March 19. Click the link to Principal Bob Ryan's March 27 letter for the most recent information on Brophy's coronavirus response.
Administration, faculty and staff rallied quickly to put a virtual-learning environment in place. The goal is to include not only academics, but to maintain as many co-curricular activities as possible, as well as Brophy's attention to the cura personalis
of every student. Harnessing technology, ingenuity and effort, we'll make every attempt to translate Brophy's full Jesuit education to online classrooms and experiences. We ask for the cooperation and partnership of our parent community which will be essential to a successful distance-learning program.
Please note that all activities in Brophy Chapel
have been suspended at this time; however, St. Francis Xavier will be offering a live-streamed Mass each Sunday — at 10 a.m. (English) and at noon (Spanish). Each Mass will include music and an invitation to make a spiritual communion. For March 29 — the fifth Sunday of Lent — click here
to join at 10 a.m. (English) and here
to join at noon (Spanish).
We pray for God's guidance, and for the health of all communities and caregivers around the world. May we all join in solidarity to care for ourselves and for one another during this time.