Mr. Ryan and his administrative team are responsible for facilitating the academic success and spiritual well-being of every student. His team also seeks to provide appropriate co-curricular activities that complement Brophy's Jesuit heritage and reflect a wide variety of student interests. In all efforts, Mr. Ryan and his team are guided by the Jesuit principle of cura personalis - or care of the person, and focused on supporting each young man on his journey to becoming a Jesuit-educated Graduate at Graduation: open to growth, intellectually competent, religious, loving and committed to doing justice.
Mr. Fisko directs the Office of Faith and Justice which organizes and oversees the myriad of Brophy activities that define Brophy as a Jesuit school. These activities encompass prayer and sacramental life, immersions, exchanges and pilgrimages, retreats and service. Mr. Fisko also leads Brophy’s annual two-week Summit on Human Dignity which highlights an issue of particular relevance and informs students on its nuances, as well as its social and political ramifications. He teaches one sophomore class in the Religious Studies Department.
Ms. Krause leads the effort to support faculty in their efforts to grow and improve in the craft of teaching. She leads Loyola Academy, Brophy’s middle school for sixth-, seventh- and eighth-grade boys who demonstrate substantial academic promise as well as verified financial need.
Assistant Principal for Technology
Mr. Mulloy directs and oversees all technology on campus with a particular emphasis on supporting teachers in their evolving adoption of technology as a tool to enhance teaching and learning. He writes about using technology in the classroom on his Ed Tech on Campus blog.
Mr. Oldani works with students and the counseling department in the development of each student’s academic schedule. Additionally, he manages the co-curricular activities of the various clubs and organizations on campus and serves as one of the faculty moderators of the Brophy Student Council. He teaches economics in the social studies department.
Mr. Walsh directs Brophy’s academic program, chairs the Academic Board, and partners with all department chairs regarding curriculum development. He oversees the Advanced Placement and Rio Salado programs and directs the academic side of Brophy’s summer school program. He teaches one senior English elective each year.
Mr. Ward directs the activities of the admissions office, managing the development of each freshman class as well as the admission of transfer students. He teaches one class in the social studies department.
Matthew C. Whitaker, Ph.D., Director of the Office of Equity and Inclusion
Dr. Whitaker heads the Office of Equity and Inclusion which seeks to ensure that historically under-represented students and their families are fully included in the Brophy experience and have an equitable opportunity to thrive in all areas of student life. He teaches in the social studies department.