The Brophy Counseling Model

Every freshman is assigned an advisor. Beginning sophomore year, each student is assigned a counselor who shepherds that student through his senior year, and is the first point of contact for the student's family.

Brophy Counselors support students with:
  • Academics
  • Personal concerns
  • Social concerns
  • College process

List of 4 items.

  • College Counseling Schedule for Juniors

    First Semester

    Small group meetings covering:
    Academic and Personal Goals
    Introduction to the College Process
    Majors and Career Investigation
    Taking Ownership of the Process
    SAT/ACT Planning

    Second Semester

    Individual meetings with counselor
    Creation of college lists
    Individual testing plans
    Parent meetings
    College essay writing workshop

  • What Can Brophy Juniors Do Now?

    • Excel academically

    • Become more deeply involved in extracurricular activities
      - What is your passion?
      - Form relationships with teachers

    • Start researching schools
      - Attend up to three admission representative visits at Brophy
      - Visit schools

    • Take the PSAT in October

    • Standardized tests
      - We recommend taking the SAT and/or ACT during second semester

  • Important Dates

    • Junior Parent Coffee
    • College Fair
    • PSAT at Brophy
    • Junior Parent Night
    • Junior Parent Coffee
  • Parent Resources


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Contact Us

We are here to support your son with any academic, personal, social, or other issues. To schedule a meeting with any counselor, please contact:
(602) 264-5291, ext. 6481