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We Are Brophy

Our Campus

Designed in the Spanish colonial style by John Rinker Kibbey, Brophy College Preparatory's
architecture pays tribute to the early Spanish missions of the Southwest.

 The original campus, built in 1928, includes Brophy Hall, Brophy Chapel, and Romley Hall, which was formerly a residence for the Jesuits.
The campus, with its distinctive architecture, iconic 135-foot bell tower, and expansive front lawn, has become a Phoenix landmark.

Campus Information

Main Campus

Brophy Sports Campus