Mr. Fisko earned graduate degrees from the University of Notre Dame, the University of Portland and the University of Oxford, concentrating his work on Catholic education and the historical and modern relationship between science and religion. In addition to his role as assistant principal for ministry, he teaches in the religious studies department. Mr. Fisko has coached JV soccer and has moderated many clubs and immersion trips. He also directs liturgical music for the Brophy Chapel community. Mr. Fisko enjoys singing, composing, gardening and travel, and has completed the Camino Ignaciano (the walk of St. Ignatius). He and his family attend St. Gregory the Great Catholic Parish and School.
School Chaplain Father Juan Pablo is the Brophy College Preparatory chaplain and also teaches in the science department. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in business with a minor in physics from Instituto Tecnológico y de Estudios Superiores de Occidente, Guadalajara; a Master of Arts in social philosophy from Loyola University Chicago; and a Master of Divinity with a Licentiate in Sacred Theology from the Jesuit School of Theology in Santa Clara.
Activities Coordinator Mrs. Hornbeck joined the Brophy staff in 1998 after serving two years as a parent volunteer in the Special Events office. She is originally from South Bend, Indiana and attended Ball State University where she majored in elementary education. Mrs. Hornbeck is the activities coordinator for the Office of Faith and Justice and moderates the Blend Club and Garden Club. She has mentored and tutored with Brophy's Loyola Service Project for 16 years.
Mr. Deline earned a Bachelor of Arts in philosophy from St. Louis University and a Master's of Fine Arts in creative writing from Creighton University. He was a member of the Society of Jesus from 2009-2020, and was deeply affected by his making of the Spiritual Exercises as a Jesuit novice. The Spiritual Exercises comprise a large part of his work at Brophy — he directs faculty through the Exercises and coordinates a program for their training as directors. In the Office of Faith and Justice, he oversees the junior service program, Ignatian Encounter. He also teaches creative writing in the English Department.
Mr. Heideman earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in secondary education from ASU. His emphasis is in health and physical education. He has been a member of the Brophy faculty since 2007 and also coaches varsity football and lacrosse. Mr. Heideman serves as the coordinator for the Big Brothers Program and the Freshman Retreat.