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.