Mr. Fisko is in his second year as assistant principal directing the Office of Faith and Justice and is originally from South Bend, Ind. He was a faculty member in the Religious Studies Department for ten years before joining the administration. He has 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. Mr. Fisko has coached Brophy JV soccer, moderated many clubs and immersion trips, still directs liturgical music for the Brophy chapel community, and recently completed the Camino Ignaciano (the walk of St. Ignatius) in Spain. His family attends St. Gregory the Great Catholic parish and school, and he enjoys singing, composing, gardening, and travel.
Mrs. Agliano received her Bachelor of Arts in Political Philosophy from the University of Dallas in 2001 and her Master of Divinity from the University of Notre Dame in 2008. She grew up in the Phoenix area and attended Xavier College Prep. Mrs. Agliano spent several years in Chicago directing a whole family catechetical program at a parish but decided to move back to warm and sunny Phoenix in 2011. Prior to attending Notre Dame she also spent a year on staff at Andre House of Arizona which serves the homeless in downtown Phoenix. Mrs. Agliano currently teaches Junior Ethics, moderates the Best Buddies Club, and is the Coordinator of Retreats and Reflections in the Office of Faith and Justice.
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 Frosh Retreat.
Mrs. Hornbeck attended Ball State University in Indiana where she majored in Elementary Education. She joined the Brophy staff in 1998 after serving as a parent volunteer in the Special Events office for two years. Currently, Mrs. Hornbeck works in the Office of Faith and Justice and helps to coordinate the many programs in Campus Ministry.
Mr. Olson received his Bachelor of Music from Houghton College, and a Master of Music at Eastman School of Music in Rochester, N.Y. He completed his coursework for a PhD at Texas Tech University in Lubbock, Texas and was a Devitt-Jones Scholar. He has 16 years of college/university teaching experience, most recently as Director of Choral Activities at Grand Canyon University.
Mr. Olson has performed as a tenor soloist with symphony orchestras including Dallas Symphony, Austin Symphony, Flagstaff Symphony, Phoenix Bach Choir, Missoula Symphony, and Midland-Odessa Symphony; and as a Guest Conductor/Clinician at several high schools, universities, and choral festivals.