Brophy College Prep High School – Phoenix

4701 North Central Avenue
Phoenix, Arizona 85012

Phone number: (602) 264-5291

Established: 1928

Enrollment: 1,319 | All-male, Jesuit

Curriculum: College preparatory

Leadership: Adria Renke, President | Bob Ryan, Principal

Mission Statement: Brophy is a private, Jesuit, Catholic, college preparatory that is committed to the belief that all creation is a reflection of God’s love and presence which demands a passionate and generous response from the entire community. We are dedicated to students of all socio-economic backgrounds who have the potential and desire to maximize their God-given gifts. By creating an atmosphere for academic, emotional and spiritual growth, Brophy College Preparatory develops critically thinking, articulate, sensitive and aware students with a strong sense of self-worth. Through the process of nurturing the soul, Brophy offers these students an intimate relationship with God and inspires leaders who are devoted to the service of others in a global community.


  • Brophy’s Innovation Commons, open to every student, includes a coding lab, a fabrication studio featuring 3-D printers and other prototyping equipment, and a physical computing laboratory with an emphasis on robotics and drones.
  • Since 2014, Brophy has graduated 42 National Merit Finalists.
  • Manresa, Brophy’s own retreat center located in Oak Creek Canyon outside of Sedona, Arizona, is utilized by the entire school community—students, faculty, staff, and parents—for various retreats throughout the year.
  • Rigorous and relevant college preparatory curriculum that includes Honors, Advanced Placement, and Dual Enrollment courses.
  • Students are able to complete their 2.5 credit Fine Art requirement by participating in one of three men’s choirs, band, orchestra, ceramics, sculpture, and whole range of 2-D art courses.
  • Technology is fully integrated into the learning experience.  We are 1:1 learning environment and all freshmen will take Introduction to Innovative Technologies in Brophy’s state of the art Innovation Commons.
  • Students participate in a vast array of co-curricular activities including AIA and intramural sports, speech and debate, robotics, theatre, Model UN, Mock Trial, and over 50 clubs.
  • Faith formation activities permeate the student experience and include all-school masses, prayer services, and reconciliation services; student overnight retreat experience each year; a service learning program that spans three years; and twenty different immersion experiences ranging from the Kino Border Initiative in Nogales to international opportunities around the world.
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