"Fundraising is, first and foremost, a form of ministry. Fundraising is proclaiming what we believe in such a way that we offer other people an opportunity to participate with us in our vision and mission.” ~ Priest and theologian, Henri Nouwen
I AM A BRONCO Alumni remain connected to their Brophy brotherhood in many ways. A number of graduates have returned to teach; currently, 25 are employed full time as faculty or staff members, and each year many alumni apply to return as members of the Alumni Service Corps.
I AM A BRONCO Historically, 25 percent or more of Brophy's students receive some level of financial aid. The financial aid budget for the 2018-19 school year is $4M. Brophy's admission process is "need-blind," with students accepted not on their ability to pay but on their academic qualifications.
I AM A BRONCO Loyola Academy was established in 2011 and the first class of Loyola Scholars graduated as members of Brophy's Class of 2018. Loyola Academy enrolls approximately 75 boys in the sixth, seventh and eighth grades who come from underserved Phoenix neighborhoods.