Thursday, May 18

 Summer Enrichment, Summer Credit Classes, and Summer Athletic Courses – Registration continues for Brophy’s summer program.  Visit the Summer School webpage for more information.

SCHEDULE TODAY:  

FINAL EXAMS:              8:30AM Mathematics            10:30AM Religious Studies

SAC CLOSED AFTER SCHOOL

Graduation Practice (Mandatory) • 1:30-4:30 p.m.

Baccalaureate Mass (Mandatory) – Friday, May 19 • 7 p.m. • St. Francis Xavier Church

BIRTHDAY WISHES go out to Gustavo Rodriguez ’18, Andrew Burns ’18, Matthew Peterson ’19 and to all BRONCOS who celebrate a birthday today. Also, birthday wishes to ALL BRONCOS who will celebrate over the Summer Break!  ♪Happy Birthday to you

STUDENT ACTIVITIES

FINAL EXAMS:  Friday, May 19 – CONFLICT EXAMS

CONGRATULATIONS to Brophy Varsity Tennis players Trey Brown, Jack Woodrow, and Drew Postillion on being named to the AIA All-State 2nd Team.  Team selections were decided by votes from all of the Division I coaches so please congratulate them on this well-deserved honor!

BROPHY 2017/2018 PARKING PERMITS for the class of 2018 and 2019 have arrived! Avoid the rush in August; apply now for May pickup of your ‘17-‘18 parking permit. Click here to complete the form and pay for your permit. If you prefer to print and mail in your application and payment, please download this formOnce you have paid, pick up your permit in the Dean’s Office from Mrs. Angus.

 JOB FAIR – If you’re at least 16 years old and interested in a job, Goodwill of Central & Northern Arizona is hosting the Phoenix Youth Job Fair at Metro Tech High School on Saturday, May 20, 10AM-1PM.  In preparation for this job fair, Goodwill has partnered with Burton Barr Central Library to offer youth focused job readiness workshops.  If you are 16-24 years of age, these workshops are for you!  Prepare yourself to be the best candidate for job opportunities at the Job Fair by attending 1, 2 or all of the workshops offered at no-cost!  Register here:

https://docs.google.com/a/goodwillaz.org/forms/d/10_ra1hvQkG-F7G7QmMORzwG18EEBx8pL_1CL5m07CaA/

Attention Seniors, are you looking for a flexible summer job that gives you the freedom to enjoy your break while also building your résumé?  Vector Marketing is looking to fill summer positions in customer sales and service.  Vector has been working with Brophy grads for many years, and several of them have become top performers with the company.  For more information and to submit an application, visit ValleyStudentWork.com

Looking to make a little extra money this summer? Saving for college? AZ Air Time Trampoline Park in Scottsdale is now hiring! Looking for high energy, responsible and motivated high school​students for part-time and weekend positions. Apply online today. https://goo.gl/forms/jx8UfpHbT5rLynZa2

GRADUATION ACTIVITIES Graduation 2017 webpage

Seating for the Baccalaureate Mass, Friday, May 19No tickets issued; seating in SFX Church is limited. Families are advised to attend with just immediate family (parent/guardians and siblings). Doors open at 6:15PM; reception to follow in HGH.

Sixty-Ninth Commencement Ceremony – Saturday, May 20 • 9 a.m. • Robson Gymnasium

Seating for the Commencement CeremonyThis year each family will receive 8 tickets for the Commencement Ceremony. Additional guests are invited to view the ceremony on screen in The Dutch. Doors open at 8:15AM (Doors open for handicapped seating at 8AM Handicapped seating is on the floor, behind the graduate seating. Visibility may be limited, and watching from The Dutch will offer a better view of the ceremonies.)  Each family received 8 tickets for seating in Robson Gym. The ceremony will be live-streamed in The Dutch Athletic Complex for guests without tickets. Please refer to the 2017 Graduation webpage for additional information, or contact Ann Wolf.

Graduation Photos/Pictures:  https://events.lifetouch.com/tempHomepage.aspx?EventID=154036

Planning Your DayThe Commencement Ceremony will last approximately 2 hours. Following the ceremony, students will go back to classrooms to receive their actual diploma. Generally, families choose to spend some time in the Mall, taking photos with families and friends, with the event concluding around noon.

Project Graduation for BCP/XCP Graduation class only – Saturday, May 20 • Cost $75 per student; RSVP by May 15; Casual Dress – for detailed information, go to:   http://bcpxcpprojectgrad.com/

Be safe and Summer Blessings to you!

WEBSITE/MEDIA INFORMATION

 

Instagram – BrophyStuco       Twitter – BrophyStuco             Snapchat – BrophyStuco

Youtube – /brophyprepaz         Vimeo – /brophyprepaz    LOYOLA ACADEMY Twitter name – Loyola_Academy

 

Thu  Sunny87°63°              Fri  Sunny91°65°                Sat  Sunny94°69°

Wednesday, May 17

Summer Enrichment, Summer Credit Classes, and Summer Athletic Courses – Registration continues for Brophy’s summer program.  Visit the Summer School webpage for more information.

SCHEDULE TODAY:  

FINAL EXAMS:            9AM Social Studies             10:30AM Science

SAC CLOSED AFTER SCHOOL

 BIRTHDAY WISHES go out to Mr. Marc Kelly, Lennon Audrain ’17, Nico Lanese ’20 and to all BRONCOS who celebrate a birthday today.  ♪Happy Birthday to you

STUDENT ACTIVITIES

FINAL EXAMS: Thursday, May 18:               8:30AM Mathematics             10:30AM Religious Studies

 Friday, May 19 – CONFLICT EXAMS

All freshman interested in becoming a gopher and helping out with next year’s freshman retreat and Brotherhood day can either see Coach Heideman or the OFJ to sign up.  Selections will be made by the end of summer school.

BROPHY 2017/2018 PARKING PERMITS for the class of 2018 and 2019 have arrived! Avoid the rush in August and apply now for May pickup of your 2017-2018 parking permit. Click here to complete the form and pay for your parking permit now. If you prefer to print and mail in your application and payment, please download this formOnce you have paid, you can pick up your permit in the Dean’s Office from Mrs. Angus.

 Lost and Found. Have you lost something? Please stop by the Dean’s Office to check the Lost and Found. Unclaimed items will be donated to charity at the end of the school year.

EXTRA GRADUATION ANNOUNCEMENTS WHILE THEY LAST – Elite SW has given us a limited supply of extra graduation announcements if you would like to purchase them.  Please see Ms. Dennard asap.

Commencement Ceremony Ticket Reminder:  Senior parents, please pick up your tickets from Ms. Sandra Dennard in the Student Activity Center during school hours. Only parents can pick up the tickets. They cannot be replaced if lost.  Each family will receive 8 tickets for seating in Robson Gym. The ceremony will be live-streamed in The Dutch Athletic Complex for guests without tickets. Please refer to the 2017 Graduation webpage for additional information, or contact Ann Wolf2017 GRADUATION WEBPAGE>>

JOB FAIR – If you’re at least 16 years old and interested in a job, Goodwill of Central & Northern Arizona is hosting the Phoenix Youth Job Fair at Metro Tech High School on Saturday, May 20, 10AM to 1PM.  In preparation for this job fair, Goodwill has partnered with Burton Barr Central Library to offer youth focused job readiness workshops.  If you are 16-24 years of age, these workshops are for you!  Prepare yourself to be the best candidate for job opportunities at the Job Fair by attending 1, 2 or all of the workshops offered at no-cost!  Register here:

https://docs.google.com/a/goodwillaz.org/forms/d/10_ra1hvQkG-F7G7QmMORzwG18EEBx8pL_1CL5m07CaA/

Attention Seniors, are you looking for a flexible summer job that gives you the freedom to enjoy your break while also building your résumé?  Vector Marketing is looking to fill summer positions in customer sales and service.  Vector has been working with Brophy grads for many years, and several of them have become top performers with the company.  For more information and to submit an application, visit ValleyStudentWork.com

Looking to make a little extra money this summer? Saving for college? AZ Air Time Trampoline Park in Scottsdale is now hiring! They are looking for high energy, responsible, and motivated high school​students for part-time and weekend positions. Apply online today. https://goo.gl/forms/jx8UfpHbT5rLynZa2

GRADUATION ACTIVITIES Graduation 2017 webpage

Graduation Practice (Mandatory) – Thursday, May 18 • 1:30-4:30 p.m.

Baccalaureate Mass (Mandatory) – Friday, May 19 • 7 p.m. • St. Francis Xavier Church

Seating for the Baccalaureate MassNo tickets will be issued, but seating in St. Francis Xavier Church is limited. Families are advised to attend with just immediate family (parent/guardians and siblings). Doors open at 6:15 p.m; reception to follow in HGH.

Sixty-Ninth Commencement Ceremony – Saturday, May 20 • 9 a.m. • Robson Gymnasium

Seating for the Commencement CeremonyThis year each family will receive 8 tickets for the Commencement Ceremony. Additional guests are invited to view the ceremony on screen in The Dutch. Doors open at 8:15AM (Doors open for handicapped seating at 8AM Handicapped seating is on the floor, behind the graduate seating. Visibility may be limited, and watching from The Dutch will offer a better view of the ceremonies.)  Senior parents, if you did not pick up your commencement ceremony tickets at the Senior Farewell Dinner, you must pick them up from Ms. Sandra Dennard in the Student Activity Center during school hours. Only parents can pick up the tickets. They cannot be replaced if lost.  Each family will receive 8 tickets for seating in Robson Gym. The ceremony will be live-streamed in The Dutch Athletic Complex for guests without tickets. Please refer to the 2017 Graduation webpage for additional information, or contact Ann Wolf.

For Graduation Photos/Pictures visit the following website:  https://events.lifetouch.com/tempHomepage.aspx?EventID=154036

Planning Your DayThe Commencement Ceremony will last approximately two hours. Following the ceremony, students will go back to classrooms to receive their actual diploma. Generally, families choose to spend some time in the Mall, taking photos with families and friends, with the event concluding around noon.

Project Graduation for BCP/XCP Graduation class only – Saturday, May 20 • Cost $75 per student; RSVP by May 15; Casual Dress – for detailed information, go to:   http://bcpxcpprojectgrad.com/

GRANDPARENTS’ LUNCHEON PHOTOS – Broncos, if you attended the Grandparents’ Luncheon, check this link for photos to share with your grandparents! https://www.flickr.com/photos/brophy_prep/albums/72157683027832826

 

WEBSITE/MEDIA INFORMATION

Loyola 7th grade scholars have created a website to showcase the images they took using a HITACHI scanning electron microscope (SEM). Enjoy the wonders of the microscopic world!  www.brophyprep.org/SEM

 

Instagram – BrophyStuco       Twitter – BrophyStuco             Snapchat – BrophyStuco

Youtube – /brophyprepaz         Vimeo – /brophyprepaz    LOYOLA ACADEMY Twitter name – Loyola_Academy

 

Wed       Sunny85°64°        Thu  Sunny87°63°              Fri  Sunny91°65°                Sat  Sunny94°69°

 

Tuesday, May 16

 Summer Enrichment, Summer Credit Classes, and Summer Athletic Courses – Registration continues for Brophy’s summer program.  Visit the Summer School webpage for more information.

SCHEDULE TODAY:  

FINAL EXAMS:            9AM World Language          10:30AM English

SAC CLOSED AFTER SCHOOL

 

BIRTHDAY WISHES go out to Matthew Bair ’18, Will Schouten ’19, Sebastian Magri ‘20 and to all BRONCOS who celebrate a birthday today.  ♪Happy Birthday to you

STUDENT ACTIVITIES

CONGRATULATIONS WRESTLING – Congrats to wrestlers Luke Jacobs who finished 5th and Gabriel De La Rocha who finished 2nd at the state freestyle championships last weekend.

It’s the Prom Photo Gallery

                                     

FINAL EXAMS: Wednesday, May 17:            9AM Social Studies                10:30AM Science

FINAL EXAMS: Thursday, May 18:               8:30AM Mathematics             10:30AM Religious Studies

CONFLICT EXAMS     

All freshman interested in becoming a gopher and helping out with next year’s freshman retreat and Brotherhood day can either see Coach Heideman or the OFJ to sign up.  Selections will be made by the end of summer school.

BROPHY 2017/2018 PARKING PERMITS for the class of 2018 and 2019 have arrived! Avoid the rush in August and apply now for May pickup of your 2017-2018 parking permit. Click here to complete the form and pay for your parking permit now. If you prefer to print and mail in your application and payment, please download this formOnce you have paid, you can pick up your permit in the Dean’s Office from Mrs. Angus.

 Lost and Found. Have you lost something? Please stop by the Dean’s Office to check the Lost and Found. Unclaimed items will be donated to charity at the end of the school year.

 EXTRA GRADUATION ANNOUNCEMENTS WHILE THEY LAST – Elite SW has given us a limited supply of extra graduation announcements if you would like to purchase them.  Please see Ms. Dennard asap.

Commencement Ceremony Ticket Reminder:  Senior parents, if you did not pick up your commencement ceremony tickets at the Senior Farewell Dinner, you must pick them up from Ms. Sandra Dennard in the Student Activity Center during school hours. Only parents can pick up the tickets. They cannot be replaced if lost.

Each family will receive 8 tickets for seating in Robson Gym. The ceremony will be live-streamed in The Dutch Athletic Complex for guests without tickets. Please refer to the 2017 Graduation webpage for additional information, or contact Ann Wolf2017 GRADUATION WEBPAGE>>

JOB FAIR – If you’re at least 16 years old and interested in a job, please read this message and the attachments about an upcoming job fair and job readiness workshops.  Goodwill of Central & Northern Arizona is hosting the Phoenix Youth Job Fair at Metro Tech High School on Saturday, May 20, 10AM to 1PM.  In preparation for this job fair, Goodwill has partnered with Burton Barr Central Library to offer youth focused job readiness workshops.  If you are 16 to 24 years of age, these workshops are for you!  Prepare yourself to be the best candidate for the job opportunities at the Job Fair by attending 1, 2 or all of the workshops offered at no-cost!  Please register below for the workshops.

https://docs.google.com/a/goodwillaz.org/forms/d/10_ra1hvQkG-F7G7QmMORzwG18EEBx8pL_1CL5m07CaA/

Attention Seniors, are you looking for a flexible summer job that gives you the freedom to enjoy your break while also building your résumé?  Vector Marketing is looking to fill summer positions in customer sales and service.  Vector has been working with Brophy grads for many years, and several of them have become top performers with the company.  For more information and to submit an application, visit ValleyStudentWork.com

 

Looking to make a little extra money this summer? Saving for college? AZ Air Time Trampoline Park in Scottsdale is now hiring! They are looking for high energy, responsible, and motivated high school​ students for part-time and weekend positions. Apply online today. https://goo.gl/forms/jx8UfpHbT5rLynZa2

GRADUATION ACTIVITIES Graduation 2017 webpage

Graduation Practice (Mandatory) – Thursday, May 18 • 1:30-4:30 p.m.

Baccalaureate Mass (Mandatory) – Friday, May 19 • 7 p.m. • St. Francis Xavier Church

Seating for the Baccalaureate MassNo tickets will be issued, but seating in St. Francis Xavier Church is limited. Families are advised to attend with just immediate family (parent/guardians and siblings). Doors open at 6:15 p.m; reception to follow in HGH.

Sixty-Ninth Commencement Ceremony – Saturday, May 20 • 9 a.m. • Robson Gymnasium

Seating for the Commencement CeremonyThis year each family will receive 8 tickets for the Commencement Ceremony. Additional guests are invited to view the ceremony on screen in The Dutch. Doors open at 8:15AM (Doors open for handicapped seating at 8AM Handicapped seating is on the floor, behind the graduate seating. Visibility may be limited, and watching from The Dutch will offer a better view of the ceremonies.)  Senior parents, if you did not pick up your commencement ceremony tickets at the Senior Farewell Dinner, you must pick them up from Ms. Sandra Dennard in the Student Activity Center during school hours. Only parents can pick up the tickets. They cannot be replaced if lost.  Each family will receive 8 tickets for seating in Robson Gym. The ceremony will be live-streamed in The Dutch Athletic Complex for guests without tickets. Please refer to the 2017 Graduation webpage for additional information, or contact Ann Wolf.

 

For Graduation Photos/Pictures visit the following website:  https://events.lifetouch.com/tempHomepage.aspx?EventID=154036

 

Planning Your DayThe Commencement Ceremony will last approximately two hours. Following the ceremony, students will go back to classrooms to receive their actual diploma. Generally, families choose to spend some time in the Mall, taking photos with families and friends, with the event concluding around noon.

Project Graduation for BCP/XCP Graduation class only – Saturday, May 20 • Cost $75 per student; RSVP by May 15; Casual Dress – for detailed information, go to:   http://bcpxcpprojectgrad.com/

 

GRANDPARENTS’ LUNCHEON PHOTOS – Broncos, if you attended the Grandparents’ Luncheon, check this link for photos to share with your grandparents! https://www.flickr.com/photos/brophy_prep/albums/72157683027832826

 

WEBSITE/MEDIA INFORMATION

Loyola 7th grade scholars have created a website to showcase the images they took using a HITACHI scanning electron microscope (SEM). Enjoy the wonders of the microscopic world!  www.brophyprep.org/SEM

 

Instagram – BrophyStuco       Twitter – BrophyStuco             Snapchat – BrophyStuco

Youtube – /brophyprepaz         Vimeo – /brophyprepaz    LOYOLA ACADEMY Twitter name – Loyola_Academy

 

Tue  Sunny80°60°                             Wed       Sunny85°64°        Thu  Sunny87°63°              Fri  Sunny91°65°                      Sat  Sunny94°69°

 

Monday, May 15

Summer Enrichment, Summer Credit Classes, and Summer Athletic Courses – Registration continues for Brophy’s summer program.  Visit the Summer School webpage for more information.

SCHEDULE “C” TODAY:  1-2-B-3-4-5-L-6-7

No School for Seniors

 

BIRTHDAY WISHES go out to Parker Hughes ’19, Jostin Trinidad ’19 and to all BRONCOS who celebrate a birthday today. Also, birthday wishes to all who celebrated over the weekend!  ♪Happy Birthday to you

STUDENT ACTIVITIES

Awaken Coffee Has Exciting News!  We have moved to a new location! Now located on the North West side of the Gym Arcade; cool shade and seating available to enjoy your brew. Please stop by and see us.

Current specials:  Getting ready for Finals sale:  $1 off   AND don’t forget about mom: Bags for Mother’s Day: $20 for our gourmet Ethiopian

CONGRATULATIONS TRACK AND FIELD MEET OF CHAMPIONS! Results:  There were many BSC stadium records set on last Thursday night.  Cole Riddle of Valley Vista HS set the all-time AZ state pole vault record!  Also, our Elisha Brooks’ championship 300 hurdle race time is an all-time Arizona Sophomore state record (was Robert Grant 37.90).  The 3200m race was great – some PR’s and Hociel Landa placed 2nd.  Anekin Hetman medaled in the 1600m.  Nick Ryan PR’d in the pole vault clearing 14’6!  You can view all of the results on athletic.net  https://www.athletic.net/TrackAndField/MeetResults.aspx?Meet=288607#13937

 

It’s the Prom Photo Gallery

                                        

FINAL EXAMS: Tuesday, May 16:                 9AM World Language                        10:30AM English

FINAL EXAMS: Wednesday, May 17:            9AM Social Studies                10:30AM Science

FINAL EXAMS: Thursday, May 18:               8:30AM Mathematics             10:30AM Religious Studies

CONFLICT EXAMS     

All freshman interested in becoming a gopher and helping out with next year’s freshman retreat and Brotherhood day can either see Coach Heideman or the OFJ to sign up.  Selections will be made by the end of summer school.

 

BROPHY 2017/2018 PARKING PERMITS for the class of 2018 and 2019 have arrived! Avoid the rush in August and apply now for May pickup of your 2017-2018 parking permit. Click here to complete the form and pay for your parking permit now. If you prefer to print and mail in your application and payment, please download this formOnce you have paid, you can pick up your permit in the Dean’s Office from Mrs. Angus.

Lost and Found. Have you lost something? Please stop by the Dean’s Office to check the Lost and Found. Unclaimed items will be donated to charity at the end of the school year.

 

BLAM.  BLAM 2017 “ROOTS” will drop in your English class this week.  For now, please watch the video in the bulletin that shares the BLAM staff’s reflections on this year’s literary and arts magazine.

EXTRA GRADUATION ANNOUNCEMENTS WHILE THEY LAST – Elite SW has given us a limited supply of extra graduation announcements if you would like to purchase them.  Please see Ms. Dennard asap.

Commencement Ceremony Ticket Reminder:  Senior parents, if you did not pick up your commencement ceremony tickets at the Senior Farewell Dinner, you must pick them up from Ms. Sandra Dennard in the Student Activity Center during school hours. Only parents can pick up the tickets. They cannot be replaced if lost.

Each family will receive 8 tickets for seating in Robson Gym. The ceremony will be live-streamed in The Dutch Athletic Complex for guests without tickets. Please refer to the 2017 Graduation webpage for additional information, or contact Ann Wolf2017 GRADUATION WEBPAGE>>

JOB FAIR – If you’re at least 16 years old and interested in a job, please read this message and the attachments about an upcoming job fair and job readiness workshops.  Goodwill of Central & Northern Arizona is hosting the Phoenix Youth Job Fair at Metro Tech High School on Saturday, May 20, 10AM to 1PM.  In preparation for this job fair, Goodwill has partnered with Burton Barr Central Library to offer youth focused job readiness workshops.  If you are 16 to 24 years of age, these workshops are for you!  Prepare yourself to be the best candidate for the job opportunities at the Job Fair by attending 1, 2 or all of the workshops offered at no-cost!  Please register below for the workshops.

https://docs.google.com/a/goodwillaz.org/forms/d/10_ra1hvQkG-F7G7QmMORzwG18EEBx8pL_1CL5m07CaA/

 

Attention Seniors, are you looking for a flexible summer job that gives you the freedom to enjoy your break while also building your résumé?  Vector Marketing is looking to fill summer positions in customer sales and service.  Vector has been working with Brophy grads for many years, and several of them have become top performers with the company.  For more information and to submit an application, visit ValleyStudentWork.com

 

Looking to make a little extra money this summer? Saving for college? AZ Air Time Trampoline Park in Scottsdale is now hiring! They are looking for high energy, responsible, and motivated high school​ students for part-time and weekend positions. Apply online today. https://goo.gl/forms/jx8UfpHbT5rLynZa2

GRADUATION ACTIVITIES Graduation 2017 webpage

Graduation Practice (Mandatory) – Thursday, May 18 • 1:30-4:30 p.m.

Baccalaureate Mass (Mandatory) – Friday, May 19 • 7 p.m. • St. Francis Xavier Church

Seating for the Baccalaureate MassNo tickets will be issued, but seating in St. Francis Xavier Church is limited. Families are advised to attend with just immediate family (parent/guardians and siblings). Doors open at 6:15 p.m; reception to follow in HGH.

Sixty-Ninth Commencement Ceremony – Saturday, May 20 • 9 a.m. • Robson Gymnasium

Seating for the Commencement CeremonyThis year each family will receive 8 tickets for the Commencement Ceremony. Additional guests are invited to view the ceremony on screen in The Dutch. Doors open at 8:15AM (Doors open for handicapped seating at 8AM Handicapped seating is on the floor, behind the graduate seating. Visibility may be limited, and watching from The Dutch will offer a better view of the ceremonies.)  Senior parents, if you did not pick up your commencement ceremony tickets at the Senior Farewell Dinner, you must pick them up from Ms. Sandra Dennard in the Student Activity Center during school hours. Only parents can pick up the tickets. They cannot be replaced if lost.  Each family will receive 8 tickets for seating in Robson Gym. The ceremony will be live-streamed in The Dutch Athletic Complex for guests without tickets. Please refer to the 2017 Graduation webpage for additional information, or contact Ann Wolf.

For Graduation Photos/Pictures visit the following website:  https://events.lifetouch.com/tempHomepage.aspx?EventID=154036

Planning Your DayThe Commencement Ceremony will last approximately two hours. Following the ceremony, students will go back to classrooms to receive their actual diploma. Generally, families choose to spend some time in the Mall, taking photos with families and friends, with the event concluding around noon.

Project Graduation for BCP/XCP Graduation class only – Saturday, May 20 • Cost $75 per student; RSVP by May 15; Casual Dress – for detailed information, go to:   http://bcpxcpprojectgrad.com/

 

GRANDPARENTS’ LUNCHEON PHOTOS – Broncos, if you attended the Grandparents’ Luncheon, check this link for photos to share with your grandparents! https://www.flickr.com/photos/brophy_prep/albums/72157683027832826

 

WEBSITE/MEDIA INFORMATION

Loyola 7th grade scholars have created a website to showcase the images they took using a HITACHI scanning electron microscope (SEM). Enjoy the wonders of the microscopic world!  www.brophyprep.org/SEM

 

Instagram – BrophyStuco       Twitter – BrophyStuco             Snapchat – BrophyStuco

Youtube – /brophyprepaz         Vimeo – /brophyprepaz    LOYOLA ACADEMY Twitter name – Loyola_Academy

 

Mon  Cloudy83°59°             Tue  Sunny80°60°                             Wed       Sunny85°64°              Thu  Sunny87°63°              Fri  Sunny91°65°

Sat  Sunny94°69°

 

Week of May 15

Belated Mother’s Day Blessings to all Moms!  Hope your Sunday was extra special.  #mothersdayiseveryday

Summer Enrichment, Summer Credit Classes, and Summer Athletic Courses – Registration continues for Brophy’s summer program. Visit the Summer Enrichment webpage for more information.

Monday, May 15, 2017 – Schedule “C”           1-2-B-3-4-5-L-6-7

NO SCHOOL FOR SENIORS

 

Tuesday, May 16, 2017                                  

FINAL EXAMS:  9AM World Language          10:30AM English       

Faculty End of Year Meeting 

  • 12:15-1:30PM: All employees meet in Great Hall
  • 1:30-3PM: Faculty meet in SAC

Loyola Academy 8th Grade Promotion Ceremony, 6PM, Chapel

Wednesday, May 17, 2017

FINAL EXAMS:  9AM Social Studies              10:30AM Science

Faculty End of Year Meeting, 12:30PM-3PM, SAC

 

Thursday, May 18, 2017

FINAL EXAMS:  8:30AM Mathematics          10:30AM Religious Studies

GRADUATION PRACTICE (Mandatory) • 1:30-4:30PM

Faculty End of Year Meeting, 12:30PM-3PM, SAC

 

 

Friday, May 19, 2017

CONFLICT EXAMS     

BACCALAUREATE MASS (Mandatory) • 7 p.m. • St. Francis Xavier Church

Saturday, May 20, 2017

69TH BROPHY COMMENCEMENT CEREMONY, ROBSON GYM (for those with tickets) 9AM

  • Additional guests are invited to view the ceremony on screen in The Dutch

 

GRADUATION ACTIVITIES Graduation 2017 webpage

EXTRA GRADUATION ANNOUNCEMENTS WHILE THEY LAST – Elite SW has given us a limited supply of extra graduation announcements if you would like to purchase them.  Please see Ms. Dennard asap.

 

Seating for the Baccalaureate MassNo tickets will be issued, but seating in St. Francis Xavier Church is limited. Families are advised to attend with just immediate family (parent/guardians and siblings). Doors open at 6:15 p.m; reception to follow in HGH.

Seating for the Commencement CeremonyThis year each family will receive eight tickets for the Commencement Ceremony. Additional guests are invited to view the ceremony on screen in The Dutch. Doors open at 8:15 a.m. (Doors open for handicapped seating at 8 a.m. Handicapped seating is on the floor, behind the graduate seating. Visibility may be limited, and watching from The Dutch will offer a better view of the ceremonies.)  Senior parents, if you did not pick up your commencement ceremony tickets at the Senior Farewell Dinner, you must pick them up from Ms. Sandra Dennard in the Student Activity Center during school hours. Only parents can pick up the tickets. They cannot be replaced if lost.  Each family will receive 8 tickets for seating in Robson Gym. The ceremony will be live-streamed in The Dutch Athletic Complex for guests without tickets. Please refer to the 2017 Graduation webpage for additional information, or contact Ann Wolf.

For Graduation Photos/Pictures:  https://events.lifetouch.com/tempHomepage.aspx?EventID=154036

Planning Your DayThe Commencement Ceremony will last approximately two hours. Following the ceremony, students will go back to classrooms to receive their actual diploma. Generally, families choose to spend some time in the Mall, taking photos with families and friends, with the event concluding around noon.

Project Graduation for BCP/XCP Graduation class only – Saturday, May 20 • More information to come

 

 

 

 

Friday, May 12

 Summer Enrichment, Summer Credit Classes, and Summer Athletic Courses – Registration continues for Brophy’s summer program.  Visit the Summer School webpage for more information.

SCHEDULE TODAY:  2-3-B-4-5-1

SAC CLOSED AFTER SCHOOL

BIRTHDAY WISHES go out to Gregory Abbott ’18, Chase Glynn ’20 and to all BRONCOS who celebrate a birthday today.    Happy Birthday to you

STUDENT ACTIVITIES

Awaken Coffee Has Exciting News!  We have moved to a new location! Now located on the North West side of the Gym Arcade; cool shade and seating available to enjoy your brew. Please stop by and see us.

Current specials:  Getting ready for Finals sale:  $1 off   AND don’t forget about mom: Bags for Mother’s Day: $20 for our gourmet Ethiopian

BLAM. BLAM’S 2017 edition, ROOTS, debuts in English classes at the end of this week. Check out the teaser poster here and a video about the organization in the bulletin!

 

It’s the Prom Photo Gallery

 Phoenix Art Museum Teen Council – If you are interested in becoming a member of the Phoenix Art Museum Teen Council, you can submit an application through May 14. Find more information and the application here:

http://www.phxart.org/education/teens

All freshman interested in becoming a gopher and helping out with next year’s freshman retreat and Brotherhood day can either see Coach Heideman or the OFJ to sign up.  Selections will be made by the end of summer school.

 BROPHY 2017/2018 PARKING PERMITS for the class of 2018 and 2019 have arrived! Avoid the rush in August and apply now for May pickup of your 2017-2018 parking permit. Click here to complete the form and pay for your parking permit now. If you prefer to print and mail in your application and payment, please download this formOnce you have paid, you can pick up your permit in the Dean’s Office from Mrs. Angus.

 

Lost and Found. Have you lost something? Please stop by the Dean’s Office to check the Lost and Found. Unclaimed items will be donated to charity at the end of the school year.

 

BLAM.  BLAM 2017 “ROOTS” will drop in your English class this week.  For now, please watch the video in the bulletin that shares the BLAM staff’s reflections on this year’s literary and arts magazine.

EXTRA GRADUATION ANNOUNCEMENTS WHILE THEY LAST – Elite SW has given us a limited supply of extra graduation announcements if you would like to purchase them.  Please see Ms. Dennard asap.

Commencement Ceremony Ticket Reminder:  Senior parents, if you did not pick up your commencement ceremony tickets at the Senior Farewell Dinner, you must pick them up from Ms. Sandra Dennard in the Student Activity Center during school hours. Only parents can pick up the tickets. They cannot be replaced if lost.

Each family will receive 8 tickets for seating in Robson Gym. The ceremony will be live-streamed in The Dutch Athletic Complex for guests without tickets. Please refer to the 2017 Graduation webpage for additional information, or contact Ann Wolf2017 GRADUATION WEBPAGE>>

 

JOB FAIR – If you’re at least 16 years old and interested in a job, please read this message and the attachments about an upcoming job fair and job readiness workshops.  Goodwill of Central & Northern Arizona is hosting the Phoenix Youth Job Fair at Metro Tech High School on Saturday, May 20, 10AM to 1PM.  In preparation for this job fair, Goodwill has partnered with Burton Barr Central Library to offer youth focused job readiness workshops.  If you are 16 to 24 years of age, these workshops are for you!  Prepare yourself to be the best candidate for the job opportunities at the Job Fair by attending 1, 2 or all of the workshops offered at no-cost!  Please register below for the workshops.

https://docs.google.com/a/goodwillaz.org/forms/d/10_ra1hvQkG-F7G7QmMORzwG18EEBx8pL_1CL5m07CaA/

 

Attention Seniors, are you looking for a flexible summer job that gives you the freedom to enjoy your break while also building your résumé?  Vector Marketing is looking to fill summer positions in customer sales and service.  Vector has been working with Brophy grads for many years, and several of them have become top performers with the company.  For more information and to submit an application, visit ValleyStudentWork.com

 

Looking to make a little extra money this summer? Saving for college? AZ Air Time Trampoline Park in Scottsdale is now hiring! They are looking for high energy, responsible, and motivated high school​ students for part-time and weekend positions. Apply online today. https://goo.gl/forms/jx8UfpHbT5rLynZa2

ATHLETICS

Attention all athletes!  Physicals are this Saturday, May 13th.  You will not be able to try out for any sport or participate in 7th hour athletics unless you have a physical.  All physicals are due by July. Take advantage of this comprehensive physical and get cleared before the summer.  Download and print these forms with all the details:  Physical/Consent Forms

The basketball Open Gym scheduled for Friday, May 12th has been cancelled.  All students interested in participating in Brophy basketball for the summer are reminded to sign up for the summer class online.  Sophomores should sign up for the JV class and juniors and seniors should sign up for the Varsity class.

 

CROSS COUNTRY MEETING TODAY (5/12/17) SAC, AFTER SCHOOL

 

 

AP EXAMS:

Week 2 Morning 8 a.m. Afternoon 12 noon
Friday,
May 12, 2017
Human Geography

Microeconomics

European History

Latin – BAG

 

 

 

 

 

GRADUATION ACTIVITIES Graduation 2017 webpage

Graduation Practice (Mandatory) – Thursday, May 18 • 1:30-4:30 p.m.

Baccalaureate Mass (Mandatory) – Friday, May 19 • 7 p.m. • St. Francis Xavier Church

Seating for the Baccalaureate MassNo tickets will be issued, but seating in St. Francis Xavier Church is limited. Families are advised to attend with just immediate family (parent/guardians and siblings). Doors open at 6:15 p.m; reception to follow in HGH.

Sixty-Ninth Commencement Ceremony – Saturday, May 20 • 9 a.m. • Robson Gymnasium

Seating for the Commencement CeremonyThis year each family will receive 8 tickets for the Commencement Ceremony. Additional guests are invited to view the ceremony on screen in The Dutch. Doors open at 8:15AM (Doors open for handicapped seating at 8AM Handicapped seating is on the floor, behind the graduate seating. Visibility may be limited, and watching from The Dutch will offer a better view of the ceremonies.)  Senior parents, if you did not pick up your commencement ceremony tickets at the Senior Farewell Dinner, you must pick them up from Ms. Sandra Dennard in the Student Activity Center during school hours. Only parents can pick up the tickets. They cannot be replaced if lost.  Each family will receive 8 tickets for seating in Robson Gym. The ceremony will be live-streamed in The Dutch Athletic Complex for guests without tickets. Please refer to the 2017 Graduation webpage for additional information, or contact Ann Wolf.

 

For Graduation Photos/Pictures visit the following website:  https://events.lifetouch.com/tempHomepage.aspx?EventID=154036

 

Planning Your DayThe Commencement Ceremony will last approximately two hours. Following the ceremony, students will go back to classrooms to receive their actual diploma. Generally, families choose to spend some time in the Mall, taking photos with families and friends, with the event concluding around noon.

Project Graduation for BCP/XCP Graduation class only – Saturday, May 20 • Cost $75 per student; RSVP by May 15; Casual Dress – for detailed information, go to:   http://bcpxcpprojectgrad.com/

 

GRANDPARENTS’ LUNCHEON PHOTOS – Broncos, if you attended the Grandparents’ Luncheon, check this link for photos to share with your grandparents! https://www.flickr.com/photos/brophy_prep/albums/72157683027832826

 

WEBSITE/MEDIA INFORMATION

Loyola 7th grade scholars have created a website to showcase the images they took using a HITACHI scanning electron microscope (SEM). Enjoy the wonders of the microscopic world!  www.brophyprep.org/SEM

 

PEN (Peer Editing Network). Did you finish editing that writing assignment yet? Could it use a second pair of eyes? PEN is here to help. Take a moment to skim through the Student Guide and then fill out the new one-step PEN Submission Form, and we promise to return your assignment with ideas for revision in fewer than 48 hours. Follow us on Twitter, too! @BrophyPEN 

Instagram – BrophyStuco       Twitter – BrophyStuco             Snapchat – BrophyStuco

Youtube – /brophyprepaz         Vimeo – /brophyprepaz    LOYOLA ACADEMY Twitter name – Loyola_Academy

 

FORECAST FOR THE PHOENIX METROPOLITAN AREA: May 8-12, 2017:  OZONE Good (Mon & Tue); Middle Moderate (Wed-Fri)

PM-2.5 (Smoke/Fine Particles); Good (Mon-Fri)*; PM-10 (Dust/Coarse Particles); Good (Mon-Fri)*

 

Fri  Sunny 96°70°               Sat Sunny 98°68°               Sun Sunny 93°64°

 

Thursday, May 11

 Summer Enrichment, Summer Credit Classes, and Summer Athletic Courses – Registration continues for Brophy’s summer program.  Visit the Summer Enrichment webpage for more information.

SCHEDULE TODAY:  1-3-B-4-5-L-6-7

SAC CLOSED AT LUNCH

 BIRTHDAY WISHES go out to John Geurtz ’17, Eric Nichols ’18, Matthew Villanueva ’19 and to all BRONCOS who celebrate a birthday today.    Happy Birthday to you

STUDENT ACTIVITIES

Awaken Coffee Has Exciting News!  We have moved to a new location! Now located on the North West side of the Gym Arcade; cool shade and seating available to enjoy your brew. Please stop by and see us.

Current specials:  Getting ready for Finals sale:  $1 off   AND don’t forget about mom: Bags for Mother’s Day: $20 for our gourmet Ethiopian

CONGRATULATIONS COACH OLDANI AND BROPHY VOLLEYBALL ON A FANTASTIC SEASON – “A huge thanks to all of the members of the Red Army who made their way out Mesquite last night and gave our squad a huge lift throughout the match! The boys were led last night by incredible play from Jakob Chavez and big swings from Nate Thompson, Keith Gross, and Tommy McGrath. We came up a little short, but it was a great ride all season. The Broncos end the season losing in 4 to Boulder Creek, and finish the season with a record of 39-6-1.”

BLAM. BLAM’S 2017 edition, ROOTS, debuts in English classes at the end of this week. Check out the teaser poster here and a video about the organization in the bulletin!

 It’s the Prom Photo Gallery

 Phoenix Art Museum Teen Council – If you are interested in becoming a member of the Phoenix Art Museum Teen Council, you can submit an application through May 14. Find more information and the application here:

http://www.phxart.org/education/teens

 All freshman interested in becoming a gopher and helping out with next year’s freshman retreat and Brotherhood day can either see Coach Heideman or the OFJ to sign up.  Selections will be made by the end of summer school.

BROPHY 2017/2018 PARKING PERMITS for the class of 2018 and 2019 have arrived! Avoid the rush in August and apply now for May pickup of your 2017-2018 parking permit. Click here to complete the form and pay for your parking permit now. If you prefer to print and mail in your application and payment, please download this formOnce you have paid, you can pick up your permit in the Dean’s Office from Mrs. Angus.

Lost and Found. Have you lost something? Please stop by the Dean’s Office to check the Lost and Found. Unclaimed items will be donated to charity at the end of the school year.

BLAM.  BLAM 2017 “ROOTS” will drop in your English class this week.  For now, please watch the video in the bulletin that shares the BLAM staff’s reflections on this year’s literary and arts magazine.

EXTRA GRADUATION ANNOUNCEMENTS WHILE THEY LAST – Elite SW has given us a limited supply of extra graduation announcements if you would like to purchase them.  Please see Ms. Dennard asap.

Commencement Ceremony Ticket Reminder:  Senior parents, if you did not pick up your commencement ceremony tickets at the Senior Farewell Dinner, you must pick them up from Ms. Sandra Dennard in the Student Activity Center during school hours. Only parents can pick up the tickets. They cannot be replaced if lost.

Each family will receive 8 tickets for seating in Robson Gym. The ceremony will be live-streamed in The Dutch Athletic Complex for guests without tickets. Please refer to the 2017 Graduation webpage for additional information, or contact Ann Wolf2017 GRADUATION WEBPAGE>>

Attention Seniors, are you looking for a flexible summer job that gives you the freedom to enjoy your break while also building your résumé?  Vector Marketing is looking to fill summer positions in customer sales and service.  Vector has been working with Brophy grads for many years, and several of them have become top performers with the company.  For more information and to submit an application, visit ValleyStudentWork.com

Looking to make a little extra money this summer? Saving for college? AZ Air Time Trampoline Park in Scottsdale is now hiring! They are looking for high energy, responsible, and motivated high school​ students for part-time and weekend positions. Apply online today. https://goo.gl/forms/jx8UfpHbT5rLynZa2

ATHLETICS

Attention all athletes!  Physicals are this Saturday, May 13th.  You will not be able to try out for any sport or participate in 7th hour athletics unless you have a physical.  All physicals are due by July. Take advantage of this comprehensive physical and get cleared before the summer.  Download and print these forms with all the details:  Physical/Consent Forms

 

The basketball Open Gym scheduled for Friday, May 12th has been cancelled.  All students interested in participating in Brophy basketball for the summer are reminded to sign up for the summer class online.  Sophomores should sign up for the JV class and juniors and seniors should sign up for the Varsity class.

 

Thursday, May 11

  • TRACK AND FIELD MEET OF CHAMPIONS, 4PM, BSC

Friday, May 12

  • VOLLEYBALL – State Championships

 

2017 AP Exam schedule
Week 2 Morning 8 a.m. Afternoon 12 noon Afternoon 2 p.m.
Thursday,
May 11, 2017
Comparative Government and Politics – HGH NW

World History – HGH NE

Statistics – BAG
Friday,
May 12, 2017
Human Geography

Microeconomics

European History

Latin – BAG

 

GRADUATION ACTIVITIES Graduation 2017 webpage

Graduation Practice (Mandatory) – Thursday, May 18 • 1:30-4:30 p.m.

Baccalaureate Mass (Mandatory) – Friday, May 19 • 7 p.m. • St. Francis Xavier Church

Seating for the Baccalaureate MassNo tickets will be issued, but seating in St. Francis Xavier Church is limited. Families are advised to attend with just immediate family (parent/guardians and siblings). Doors open at 6:15 p.m; reception to follow in HGH.

Sixty-Ninth Commencement Ceremony – Saturday, May 20 • 9 a.m. • Robson Gymnasium

Seating for the Commencement CeremonyThis year each family will receive 8 tickets for the Commencement Ceremony. Additional guests are invited to view the ceremony on screen in The Dutch. Doors open at 8:15AM (Doors open for handicapped seating at 8AM Handicapped seating is on the floor, behind the graduate seating. Visibility may be limited, and watching from The Dutch will offer a better view of the ceremonies.)  Senior parents, if you did not pick up your commencement ceremony tickets at the Senior Farewell Dinner, you must pick them up from Ms. Sandra Dennard in the Student Activity Center during school hours. Only parents can pick up the tickets. They cannot be replaced if lost.  Each family will receive 8 tickets for seating in Robson Gym. The ceremony will be live-streamed in The Dutch Athletic Complex for guests without tickets. Please refer to the 2017 Graduation webpage for additional information, or contact Ann Wolf.

 

For Graduation Photos/Pictures visit the following website:  https://events.lifetouch.com/tempHomepage.aspx?EventID=154036

 

Planning Your DayThe Commencement Ceremony will last approximately two hours. Following the ceremony, students will go back to classrooms to receive their actual diploma. Generally, families choose to spend some time in the Mall, taking photos with families and friends, with the event concluding around noon.

Project Graduation for BCP/XCP Graduation class only – Saturday, May 20 • Cost $75 per student; RSVP by May 15; Casual Dress – for detailed information, go to:   http://bcpxcpprojectgrad.com/

 

GRANDPARENTS’ LUNCHEON PHOTOS – Broncos, if you attended the Grandparents’ Luncheon, check this link for photos to share with your grandparents! https://www.flickr.com/photos/brophy_prep/albums/72157683027832826

 

WEBSITE/MEDIA INFORMATION

Loyola 7th grade scholars have created a website to showcase the images they took using a HITACHI scanning electron microscope (SEM). Enjoy the wonders of the microscopic world!  www.brophyprep.org/SEM

 

PEN (Peer Editing Network). Did you finish editing that writing assignment yet? Could it use a second pair of eyes? PEN is here to help. Take a moment to skim through the Student Guide and then fill out the new one-step PEN Submission Form, and we promise to return your assignment with ideas for revision in fewer than 48 hours. Follow us on Twitter, too! @BrophyPEN 

Instagram – BrophyStuco       Twitter – BrophyStuco             Snapchat – BrophyStuco

Youtube – /brophyprepaz         Vimeo – /brophyprepaz    LOYOLA ACADEMY Twitter name – Loyola_Academy

 

FORECAST FOR THE PHOENIX METROPOLITAN AREA: May 8-12, 2017:  OZONE Good (Mon & Tue); Middle Moderate (Wed-Fri)

PM-2.5 (Smoke/Fine Particles); Good (Mon-Fri)*; PM-10 (Dust/Coarse Particles); Good (Mon-Fri)*

 

Thu Sunny90°68°               Fri  Sunny96°70°                Sat Sunny98°68°                Sun Sunny93°64°

 

Wednesday, May 10

 Summer Enrichment, Summer Credit Classes, and Summer Athletic Courses – Registration continues for Brophy’s summer program.  Visit the Summer School webpage for more information.

SCHEDULE TODAY:  LS-4-B-5-2-L-6-7

SAC CLOSED AFTER SCHOOL

 BIRTHDAY WISHES go out to Mr. Chad Unrein, Curtis Clemmensen ’17, Nate Craft ’20, Dillon Smith ‘20 and to all BRONCOS who celebrate a birthday today.    Happy Birthday to you

STUDENT ACTIVITIES

Awaken Coffee Has Exciting News!  We have moved to a new location! Now located on the North West side of the Gym Arcade; cool shade and seating available to enjoy your brew. Please stop by and see us.

Current specials:  New move sale: $1 off all cold brew TODAY!

Getting ready for Finals sale:  $1 off   AND don’t forget about mom: Bags for Mother’s Day: $20 for our gourmet Ethiopian

Brophy Volleyball in the Semi-Finals TONIGHT, 7PM, Mesquite High School against our biggest rival – Boulder Creek and we need the Red Army there. Boulder will be bringing a huge group down, but nothing close to what the RED ARMY can do.  7pm… Mesquite High School… White Out…

BLAM. BLAM’S 2017 edition, ROOTS, debuts in English classes at the end of this week. Check out the teaser poster here and a video about the organization in the bulletin!

It’s the Prom Photo Gallery

Lost and Found. Have you lost something? Please stop by the Dean’s Office to check the Lost and Found. Unclaimed items will be donated to charity at the end of the school year.

BLAM.  BLAM 2017 “ROOTS” will drop in your English class this week.  For now, please watch the video in the bulletin that shares the BLAM staff’s reflections on this year’s literary and arts magazine.

EXTRA GRADUATION ANNOUNCEMENTS WHILE THEY LAST – Elite SW has given us a limited supply of extra graduation announcements if you would like to purchase them.  Please see Ms. Dennard asap.

Commencement Ceremony Ticket Reminder:  Senior parents, if you did not pick up your commencement ceremony tickets at the Senior Farewell Dinner, you must pick them up from Ms. Sandra Dennard in the Student Activity Center during school hours. Only parents can pick up the tickets. They cannot be replaced if lost.

Each family will receive 8 tickets for seating in Robson Gym. The ceremony will be live-streamed in The Dutch Athletic Complex for guests without tickets. Please refer to the 2017 Graduation webpage for additional information, or contact Ann Wolf2017 GRADUATION WEBPAGE>>

Attention Seniors, are you looking for a flexible summer job that gives you the freedom to enjoy your break while also building your résumé?  Vector Marketing is looking to fill summer positions in customer sales and service.  Vector has been working with Brophy grads for many years, and several of them have become top performers with the company.  For more information and to submit an application, visit ValleyStudentWork.com

Looking to make a little extra money this summer? Saving for college? AZ Air Time Trampoline Park in Scottsdale is now hiring! They are looking for high energy, responsible, and motivated high school​ students for part-time and weekend positions. Apply online today. https://goo.gl/forms/jx8UfpHbT5rLynZa2

ATHLETICS

Attention all athletes!  Physicals are this Saturday, May 13th.  You will not be able to try out for any sport or participate in 7th hour athletics unless you have a physical.  All physicals are due by July. Take advantage of this comprehensive physical and get cleared before the summer.  Download and print these forms with all the details:  Physical/Consent Forms

 

Brophy Basketball – Open Gyms Brophy Basketball Open Gym in The Dutch, Friday, May 12th, 1:30-3pm. This Open Gym is open to any Brophy student that would like to participate, however, any athletes that are playing a spring sport must get the permission of their head coach prior to participating in an Open Gym.

 

Wednesday, May 10

  • CREW Banquet, 6PM, HGH
  • TRACK TEAM AWARDS, 6:30PM, SAC
  • VOLLEYBALL Semifinals vs Boulder Creek, 7PM, Mesquite HS

Thursday, May 11

  • TRACK AND FIELD MEET OF CHAMPIONS, 4PM, BSC

Friday, May 12

  • VOLLEYBALL – State Championships

 

2017 AP Exam schedule
Week 2 Morning 8 a.m. Afternoon 12 noon Afternoon 2 p.m.
Wednesday,
May 10, 2017
English Language and Composition – HGH Italian Language and Culture

Macroeconomics – HGH

Thursday,
May 11, 2017
Comparative Government and Politics – HGH NW

World History – HGH NE

Statistics – BAG
Friday,
May 12, 2017
Human Geography

Microeconomics

European History

Latin – BAG

 

 

 

 

GRADUATION ACTIVITIES Graduation 2017 webpage

Graduation Practice (Mandatory) – Thursday, May 18 • 1:30-4:30 p.m.

Baccalaureate Mass (Mandatory) – Friday, May 19 • 7 p.m. • St. Francis Xavier Church

Seating for the Baccalaureate MassNo tickets will be issued, but seating in St. Francis Xavier Church is limited. Families are advised to attend with just immediate family (parent/guardians and siblings). Doors open at 6:15 p.m; reception to follow in HGH.

Sixty-Ninth Commencement Ceremony – Saturday, May 20 • 9 a.m. • Robson Gymnasium

Seating for the Commencement CeremonyThis year each family will receive 8 tickets for the Commencement Ceremony. Additional guests are invited to view the ceremony on screen in The Dutch. Doors open at 8:15AM (Doors open for handicapped seating at 8AM Handicapped seating is on the floor, behind the graduate seating. Visibility may be limited, and watching from The Dutch will offer a better view of the ceremonies.)  Senior parents, if you did not pick up your commencement ceremony tickets at the Senior Farewell Dinner, you must pick them up from Ms. Sandra Dennard in the Student Activity Center during school hours. Only parents can pick up the tickets. They cannot be replaced if lost.  Each family will receive 8 tickets for seating in Robson Gym. The ceremony will be live-streamed in The Dutch Athletic Complex for guests without tickets. Please refer to the 2017 Graduation webpage for additional information, or contact Ann Wolf.

 

For Graduation Photos/Pictures visit the following website:  https://events.lifetouch.com/tempHomepage.aspx?EventID=154036

 

Planning Your DayThe Commencement Ceremony will last approximately two hours. Following the ceremony, students will go back to classrooms to receive their actual diploma. Generally, families choose to spend some time in the Mall, taking photos with families and friends, with the event concluding around noon.

Project Graduation for BCP/XCP Graduation class only – Saturday, May 20 • Cost $75 per student; RSVP by May 15; Casual Dress – for detailed information, go to:   http://bcpxcpprojectgrad.com/

 

GRANDPARENTS’ LUNCHEON PHOTOS – Broncos, if you attended the Grandparents’ Luncheon, check this link for photos to share with your grandparents! https://www.flickr.com/photos/brophy_prep/albums/72157683027832826

 

WEBSITE/MEDIA INFORMATION

Loyola 7th grade scholars have created a website to showcase the images they took using a HITACHI scanning electron microscope (SEM). Enjoy the wonders of the microscopic world!  www.brophyprep.org/SEM

 

PEN (Peer Editing Network). Did you finish editing that writing assignment yet? Could it use a second pair of eyes? PEN is here to help. Take a moment to skim through the Student Guide and then fill out the new one-step PEN Submission Form, and we promise to return your assignment with ideas for revision in fewer than 48 hours. Follow us on Twitter, too! @BrophyPEN 

Instagram – BrophyStuco       Twitter – BrophyStuco             Snapchat – BrophyStuco

Youtube – /brophyprepaz         Vimeo – /brophyprepaz    LOYOLA ACADEMY Twitter name – Loyola_Academy

 

FORECAST FOR THE PHOENIX METROPOLITAN AREA: May 8-12, 2017:  OZONE Good (Mon & Tue); Middle Moderate (Wed-Fri)

PM-2.5 (Smoke/Fine Particles); Good (Mon-Fri)*; PM-10 (Dust/Coarse Particles); Good (Mon-Fri)*

 

Wed  Mostly Cloudy77°61°               Thu Sunny90°68°               Fri  Sunny96°70°                Sat Sunny98°68°                      Sun Sunny93°64°

 

Tuesday, May 9

 Summer Enrichment, Summer Credit Classes, and Summer Athletic Courses – Registration continues for Brophy’s summer program.  Visit the Summer School webpage for more information.

SCHEDULE TODAY:  1-5-B-2-3-L-6-7

SAC CLOSED AFTER SCHOOL

BIRTHDAY WISHES go out to Andre Bengtson ’19, Paul Kim ’19, Jack Munhall ’20 and to all BRONCOS who celebrate a birthday today.    Happy Birthday to you

STUDENT ACTIVITIES

Awaken Coffee Has Exciting News!  We have moved to a new location! Now located on the North West side of the Gym Arcade; cool shade and seating available to enjoy your brew. Please stop by and see us.

Current specials:  New move sale: $1 off all cold brew TODAY!

Getting ready for Finals sale:  $1 off   AND don’t forget about mom: Bags for Mother’s Day: $20 for our gourmet Ethiopian

CONGRATULATIONS TO Mr. Joe Klein and his yearbook staff on their completion of the 2017 Yearbook: Matthew Holmes – Editor-in-chief; Noah Sugden – Asst-editor-in chief; Trevor McNamara – Layout and Design editor; Cooper Ryan – Senior editor; Charlie Regester – Photo editor; Ivan Lashinsky – Copy editor; Jack Fyan – staff; Colin Jones – staff; Nico Pacioni – staff; Paul Kim – staff.  Great job Broncos!

 Mr. Burr wins Arizona Connect2STEM Creative Media Award – Congratulations to Mr. Pete Burr ’07, who was named the 2017 Arizona Connect2STEM Creative Media Award winner Friday, May 5. Mr. Burr was honored for his video work both behind the lens and in his classroom.  The Connect2STEM annual awards are presented by Cox Communications in partnership with the AZ SciTech Festival. Each Cox Connect2STEM Award Winner will receive $1,000 donated to a STEM non-profit program in their name. The winners were profiled in a video highlighting their contributions to STEM. All winners will be recognized in a congratulatory spot that will run across all Cox channels, and are invited to the Cox suite for an upcoming Diamondbacks game.

CONGRATULATIONS Brophy Tennis takes state (its 19th state title)!  Worth the read!  With about 12 hours of rest between a grueling semi-final match against DV the Broncos faced Hamilton with the state championship on the line Saturday morning.  While we all know this story has a happy ending it did not look like things were going to end well for a while.  The Huskies, by luck of the draw, had not even lost a single match in the state tournament.  The Broncos on the other hand had fought through what were arguably the other top two teams in the state to reach the final.  The Huskies came out fresh and quickly won 2 matches within the first hour to go up 2-0 but, the Broncos dug in to grit out 3 set wins and have the score at 3-3 going into doubles.  As the team had proven all year, if they were at 3-3 or better going into doubles it was over.  With incredible support from the crowd giving them the energy to make one last push, the Broncos jumped out to leads on all 3 courts and it was simply a race to see which doubles teams would win their matches first.  When the Huskies’ #3 doubles team missed that last forehand into the net, the Broncos rushed the court to celebrate returning to the top of AZ tennis.  What a season!!

Singles (in order of finish) – At #5 Greg Abbott’s opponent hit every shot into the right place and Greg simply could not find an answer for his opponent’s outstanding play losing 6-2, 6-0.  Hamilton 1, Brophy 0

At #1 Trey Brown played his heart out but Hamilton’s top player showed why he is also one of the top players in the Southwest Section winning 6-2, 6-1. Hamilton 2, Brophy 0

At #3 Nick Guest looked like he was in deep trouble after losing the first set in 30 minutes.  With everything going wrong Nick dug deep and showed true heart in defeating his opponent 3-6, 6-2, 6-3. Hamilton 2, Brophy 1

At #6 Jack Vanderwey looked initially like he was on his way to one of his routine dominant victories until his opponent really found his game to steal the second set.  Jack determined not to make the state finals the first time he lost a match all year, rediscovered the power of the Vandersmash in the 3rd set and defeated his opponent 6-3, 5-7, 6-2. Hamilton 2, Brophy 2

At #2 singles Jack Woodrow put forward a Herculinean effort to keep Brophy in the match.  When it seemed like almost everything was going against the team early Jack played with fire and passion finding the willpower to grind his way past his opponent.  Despite blowing seven match points Jack showed incredible poise and defeated his opponent 7-5, 7-6. Hamilton 2, Brophy 3

At #4 singles Drew Postillion was locked in a struggle with his opponent whose skill set and fresh legs ultimately was just a little too much for Drew who lost 3-6, 6-4, 6-4. Hamilton 3, Brophy 3

Doubles – in between singles and doubles the Broncos regrouped with inspirational talks from Mr. Vanderwey and Coach Larry.  Ironically, this was also right where the Broncos were with Hamilton during the regular season match so they knew the championship was within reach.  Again, in order of finish…

At #2 Drew Postillion and Nick Guest aka “The Silent Killers” (because they don’t say much during their matches) were furious that they hadn’t gotten to finish one of their matches during the state tournament yet so they made sure they were the first off.  This was hands down their best performance of the season and an 8-5 victory for the Broncos.  Hamilton 3, Brophy 4

At #3 Josh Belgrad and Jack Vanderwey were up 7-4 but their opponents came up with some very clutch shots to bring the match to 7-6.  Josh and Jack steeled their nerves and focused in for what was the most important game of their tennis careers so far and, as you can see by clicking here, they won!  THE BRONCOS ARE STATE CHAMPS!  Hamilton 3, Brophy 5

At #1 Jack Woodrow and Trey Brown were ready to finish off the Huskies if Josh and Jack didn’t as they were up 7-4 and dominating their opponents.   And that’s a wrap on an incredible season.  Coach Chalmers could not be more proud of these guys, more grateful to the Brophy Tennis parents, and more excited to defend this title next year.  Having won 2 championships as a player with Brophy, Coach Chalmers can say with certainty that this title, with these incredible guys, is by far the best. Brophy is back on top!

CONGRATUALTIONS Brophy Crew wins 3 gold medals at the Southwest Youth Championships

CONGRATULATIONS Brophy Volleyball advances to the state quarterfinals with a 3-set win against Basha.  Quarterfinals vs DV, 6:30PM @ HOME!

It’s the Prom Photo Gallery

Lost and Found. Have you lost something? Please stop by the Dean’s Office to check the Lost and Found. Unclaimed items will be donated to charity at the end of the school year.

BLAM.  BLAM 2017 “ROOTS” will drop in your English class late next week.  For now, please watch the video in the bulletin that shares the BLAM staff’s reflections on this year’s literary and arts magazine.

EXTRA GRADUATION ANNOUNCEMENTS WHILE THEY LAST – Elite SW has given us a limited supply of extra graduation announcements if you would like to purchase them.  Please see Ms. Dennard asap.

Commencement Ceremony Ticket Reminder:  Senior parents, if you did not pick up your commencement ceremony tickets at the Senior Farewell Dinner, you must pick them up from Ms. Sandra Dennard in the Student Activity Center during school hours. Only parents can pick up the tickets. They cannot be replaced if lost.

Each family will receive 8 tickets for seating in Robson Gym. The ceremony will be live-streamed in The Dutch Athletic Complex for guests without tickets. Please refer to the 2017 Graduation webpage for additional information, or contact Ann Wolf2017 GRADUATION WEBPAGE>>

Science Journal of Brophyhttps://issuu.com/brophyjournalofscience

Attention Seniors, are you looking for a flexible summer job that gives you the freedom to enjoy your break while also building your résumé?  How about earning some solid money for college expenses?  If so, Vector Marketing is looking to fill summer positions in customer sales and service.  Vector has been working with Brophy grads for many years, and several of them have become top performers with the company.  For more information and to submit an application, visit ValleyStudentWork.comAgain that’s ValleyStudentWork.com

 

Looking to make a little extra money this summer? Saving for college? AZ Air Time Trampoline Park in Scottsdale is now hiring! They are looking for high energy, responsible, and motivated high school​ students for part-time and weekend positions. Apply online today. https://goo.gl/forms/jx8UfpHbT5rLynZa2

ATHLETICS

Attention all athletes!  Physicals are on Saturday, May 13th.  You will not be able to try out for any sport or participate in 7th hour athletics unless you have a physical.  All physicals are due by July. Take advantage of this comprehensive physical and get cleared before the summer.  Download and print these forms with all the details:  Physical/Consent Forms

 

Brophy Basketball – Open Gyms Over the next month, Brophy Basketball will run three Open Gym opportunities in The Dutch from 1:30-3pm on the dates listed below.  These Open Gyms are open to any Brophy student that would like to participate, however, any athletes that are playing a spring sport must get the permission of their head coach prior to participating in an Open Gym.   Friday, May 12th

 

BOD POD TESTING – New link is up for Bod Pod testing. Signing up can be done at this link. https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1DyPrfXAPqwexxRGQtI10WkadVlXMAlnAqwvETASSxG8

 

Tuesday, May 9                                                         

  • BASEBALL Varsity Banquet, 6PM, SAC
  • VOLLEYBALL Quarterfinals vs DV, 6:30PM (H)

Wednesday, May 10

  • CREW Banquet, 6PM, HGH
  • TRACK TEAM AWARDS, 6:30PM, SAC
  • VOLLEYBALL Semifinals, 7PM, Mesquite

Friday, May 12

  • VOLLEYBALL – State Championships

 

2017 AP Exam schedule
Week 2 Morning 8 a.m. Afternoon 12 noon Afternoon 2 p.m.
Tuesday,
May 9, 2017
Calculus AB – HGH

Calculus BC – HGH

French Language and Culture

Spanish Literature and Culture – BAG

Wednesday,
May 10, 2017
English Language and Composition – HGH Italian Language and Culture

Macroeconomics – HGH

Thursday,
May 11, 2017
Comparative Government and Politics – HGH NW

World History – HGH NE

Statistics – BAG
Friday,
May 12, 2017
Human Geography

Microeconomics

European History

Latin – BAG

 

 

 

 

 

GRADUATION ACTIVITIES Graduation 2017 webpage

Graduation Practice (Mandatory) – Thursday, May 18 • 1:30-4:30 p.m.

Baccalaureate Mass (Mandatory) – Friday, May 19 • 7 p.m. • St. Francis Xavier Church

Seating for the Baccalaureate MassNo tickets will be issued, but seating in St. Francis Xavier Church is limited. Families are advised to attend with just immediate family (parent/guardians and siblings). Doors open at 6:15 p.m; reception to follow in HGH.

Sixty-Ninth Commencement Ceremony – Saturday, May 20 • 9 a.m. • Robson Gymnasium

Seating for the Commencement CeremonyThis year each family will receive eight tickets for the Commencement Ceremony. Additional guests are invited to view the ceremony on screen in The Dutch. Doors open at 8:15 a.m. (Doors open for handicapped seating at 8 a.m. Handicapped seating is on the floor, behind the graduate seating. Visibility may be limited, and watching from The Dutch will offer a better view of the ceremonies.)  Senior parents, if you did not pick up your commencement ceremony tickets at the Senior Farewell Dinner, you must pick them up from Ms. Sandra Dennard in the Student Activity Center during school hours. Only parents can pick up the tickets. They cannot be replaced if lost.  Each family will receive 8 tickets for seating in Robson Gym. The ceremony will be live-streamed in The Dutch Athletic Complex for guests without tickets. Please refer to the 2017 Graduation webpage for additional information, or contact Ann Wolf.

 

For Grad Photos/Pictures visit the following website:  https://events.lifetouch.com/tempHomepage.aspx?EventID=154036

 

Planning Your DayThe Commencement Ceremony will last approximately two hours. Following the ceremony, students will go back to classrooms to receive their actual diploma. Generally, families choose to spend some time in the Mall, taking photos with families and friends, with the event concluding around noon.

Project Graduation for BCP/XCP Graduation class only – Saturday, May 20 • Cost $75 per student; RSVP by May 15; Casual Dress – for detailed information, go to:   http://bcpxcpprojectgrad.com/

 

GRANDPARENTS’ LUNCHEON PHOTOS – Broncos, if you attended the Grandparents’ Luncheon, check this link for photos to share with your grandparents! https://www.flickr.com/photos/brophy_prep/albums/72157683027832826

 

WEBSITE/MEDIA INFORMATION

Loyola 7th grade scholars have created a website to showcase the images they took using a HITACHI scanning electron microscope (SEM). Enjoy the wonders of the microscopic world!  www.brophyprep.org/SEM

 

PEN (Peer Editing Network). Did you finish editing that writing assignment yet? Could it use a second pair of eyes? PEN is here to help. Take a moment to skim through the Student Guide and then fill out the new one-step PEN Submission Form, and we promise to return your assignment with ideas for revision in fewer than 48 hours. Follow us on Twitter, too! @BrophyPEN 

Instagram – BrophyStuco       Twitter – BrophyStuco             Snapchat – BrophyStuco

Youtube – /brophyprepaz         Vimeo – /brophyprepaz    LOYOLA ACADEMY Twitter name – Loyola_Academy

 

FORECAST FOR THE PHOENIX METROPOLITAN AREA: May 8-12, 2017:  OZONE Good (Mon & Tue); Middle Moderate (Wed-Fri)

PM-2.5 (Smoke/Fine Particles); Good (Mon-Fri)*; PM-10 (Dust/Coarse Particles); Good (Mon-Fri)*

 

Tue  Mostly Cloudy73°56° Wed  Mostly Cloudy77°61°               Thu Sunny90°68°               Fri  Sunny96°70°

Sat Sunny98°68°                Sun Sunny93°64°

 

May 8

 Summer Enrichment, Summer Credit Classes, and Summer Athletic Courses – Registration continues for Brophy’s summer program.  Visit the Summer School webpage for more information.

SCHEDULE TODAY:  1-2-B-3-4-L-6-7

BIRTHDAY WISHES go out to all BRONCOS who celebrate a birthday today.  Also, birthday wishes to all BRONCOS who celebrated over the weekend.  Happy Birthday to you

STUDENT ACTIVITIES

Awaken Coffee Has Exciting News!  We have moved to a new location! Now located on the North West side of the Gym Arcade; cool shade and seating available to enjoy your brew. Please stop by and see us.

Current specials:  New move sale: $1 off all cold brew Monday and Tuesday May 8th and 9th

Getting ready for Finals sale:  $1 off

Don’t forget about mom: Bags for Mother’s Day: $20 for our gourmet Ethiopian

See you soon…at Awaken Coffee!

 CONGRATULATIONS ARE IN ORDER – Go Broncos!

CONGRATULATIONS MR. PETE BURR who won the Arizona Connect2STEM Creative Media Award last Friday night.

CONGRATULATIONS MR. NATE HESTER and Team DRIP DROP – Student business venture ‘Drip Drop’ wins judges’ choice at SEED SPOT Demo Day.  Congratulations to juniors David Griego, Thomas Holben, John Murphy and Michael Beram, who presented their Drip Drop Water Solutions business venture at the national SEED SPOT Demo Day Saturday, May 6 at Camelback High School. One of 24 high school teams who presented at the event, they won the top Judges’ Choice award, which includes $2,500 for their venture. The team also won a free product photography session.  Drip Drop aims to save hundreds of thousands of gallons of water through a device that only allows water to come out of shower heads once it is warm, preventing 3.5 gallons of cold water from going down the drain each minute. The team is part of Brophy’s Seed Spot Next program, an entrepreneurial incubator for high schoolers. This is the first year of the program at Brophy taught by Fine Arts Department Chair Mr. Nate Hester.

CONGRATULATIONS ROBERTO PERALTA ‘18 who placed in the top 10 for level 3 of the National French Exam.

CONGRATULATIONS BROPHY’S STOCK MARKET GAME CLUB – Congrats to Jon Blake! Jon took 2nd place in the state-wide Stock Market Game’s spring competition out of 350 teams. The team of David Addison, Eli Kreisberger, and Cy Harris took 4th place. And the team of Brendan Morey, Noah Rodriguez, and Conner Nagaki took 5th place. Congratulations to everyone who placed!

CONGRATULATIONS Proud Coach Chalmers and Brophy Tennis – What an incredible win for the guys on Cinco de Mayo!  In a gritty, almost 4 hour long match, the Broncos defeated DV 5-2 and advanced to the state finals vs Hamilton.  In what was a rematch between rivals the Broncos knew from the start that Desert Vista would come out fighting.  What the Thunder did not expect though was how prepared the Broncos were this time around.  Shout out to Ryan Marmis for his inspirational pre-match pep talks!  Singles: #1 Trey Brown took care of business and won 6-0, 7-5 with some excellent ground stroking and well placed volleys.  Trey also wants to make it known that he’s ready to grind for 4 hours tomorrow to win his match. #2 Jack Woodrow battled and battled playing excellent tennis against a very talented opponent; while he came up just short losing 4-6, 7-5, 6-3 his competitive fire fueled the spirits of the Broncos.  #3 Nick Guest faced Desert Vista’s actual #1 player and started hot but ultimately the other guy was simply not missing and Nick lost 6-3, 6-1. #4 Drew Postillion proved yet again that no moment is too big and that there is ice in his veins executing the game plan perfectly to knock off his opponent 6-4, 6-4. #5 Greg Abbott proved that true champions win not only win they play well but also when they play poorly.  On top of that I believe Greg’s opponent also played the match of his life and Greg also faced some vicious heckling from our opponents.  Despite ALL of that Greg showed true grit that even Jeff Bridges would endorse and defeated his opponent 7-5, 2-6, 6-4. #6 Jack Vanderwey started a little jittery but composed himself and played with great discipline and fire to win the critical #6 spot 6-3, 6-1.  DOUBLES – The Broncos came out fired up and ready to go dashing off to a 3-0 lead on all courts.  Needing only one match win to clinch the victory, the #3 doubles team of Josh Belgrad and Jack Vanderwey showed poise and focus in dispatching their opponents 8-0.

ALL-ACADEMIC SOCCER TEAM (1st Team)CONGRATULATIONS Nick Rau ’19, Brandon Theodorou ’17 and Michael Ruta ’17 who have been named to the 2017 All-Academic Soccer Team (first team), representing “the best the state has to offer both on the court and in the classroom.” Six Brophy players received 2nd team (honorable mention) honors: Christian Leber ’17, Cole Yandell ’17, Wills Rice ’17, Sam Fletcher ’18, Rory Cunningham ’18 and Deric Hall ’19. Congratulations to Brophy Soccer and to these young men who shine both as scholars and as athletes! 
http://www.sports360az.com/2017/05/2016-17-academic-boys-soccer-team-5a-6a/nggallery/image/soccerboys5a-6a_nick_rau/

CONGRATULATONS TRACK AND FIELD team who finished in 6th place at the AZ Division 1 track meet on Saturday.  Chandler HS won the meet with 100 points and DV was 2nd with 98 points.  Scoring big for Brophy:  Hociel Landa won the 1600m(mile) run. Luke Mason placed 2nd in the 3200m, and 5th in the 1600m.

Elisha Brooks placed 2nd in the 300m hurdles.  Other top Brophy performances: Carson Kurtz placed 7th, Nick Ryan 8th, and Keegan Kalkman 10th in the pole vault.  Jose Acuna placed 8th in the 3200m and Noah Williams finished 12th in the triple jump.  All results can be viewed under boys track on the AIA website.

http://aiaonline.org/files/15804/track-field-division-i-state-championship-spring-2017.pdf

The Brophy track team will host the Arizona Meet of Champions – an All Arizona High Schools track and field competition Thursday, 5-9pm.  Many top Arizona track athletes will be here attempting to set records.

BRAVO!  In The words of Mr. Oldani:  “…What an incredible student-produced performance. The storyline is fantastic – nice work Write Life! The performances were hilarious, the singing and choreography were really awesome, and the soundtrack was excellent! Congrats on a great opening night to all of the students involved in Write Life and the Brophy Student Theater and to Mr. Martinez and Ms. Mason!”

 

Lost and Found. Have you lost something? Please stop by the Dean’s Office to check the Lost and Found. Unclaimed items will be donated to charity at the end of the school year.

BLAM.  BLAM 2017 “ROOTS” will drop in your English class late next week.  For now, please watch the video in the bulletin that shares the BLAM staff’s reflections on this year’s literary and arts magazine.

EXTRA GRADUATION ANNOUNCEMENTS WHILE THEY LAST – Elite SW has given us a limited supply of extra graduation announcements if you would like to purchase them.  Please see Ms. Dennard asap.

GRADUATION GOWNS – SENIORS, if you did not pick your cap and gown, please see Ms. Dennard.

Commencement Ceremony Ticket Reminder:  Senior parents, if you did not pick up your commencement ceremony tickets at the Senior Farewell Dinner, you must pick them up from Ms. Sandra Dennard in the Student Activity Center during school hours. Only parents can pick up the tickets. They cannot be replaced if lost.

Each family will receive 8 tickets for seating in Robson Gym. The ceremony will be live-streamed in The Dutch Athletic Complex for guests without tickets. Please refer to the 2017 Graduation webpage for additional information, or contact Ann Wolf2017 GRADUATION WEBPAGE>>

Science Journal of Brophyhttps://issuu.com/brophyjournalofscience

Attention Seniors, are you looking for a flexible summer job that gives you the freedom to enjoy your break while also building your résumé?  How about earning some solid money for college expenses?  If so, Vector Marketing is looking to fill summer positions in customer sales and service.  Vector has been working with Brophy grads for many years, and several of them have become top performers with the company.  For more information and to submit an application, visit ValleyStudentWork.comAgain that’s ValleyStudentWork.com

Looking to make a little extra money this summer? Saving for college? AZ Air Time Trampoline Park in Scottsdale is now hiring! They are looking for high energy, responsible, and motivated high school​ students for part-time and weekend positions. Apply online today. https://goo.gl/forms/jx8UfpHbT5rLynZa2

ATHLETICS

Attention all athletes!  Physicals are on Saturday, May 13th.  You will not be able to try out for any sport or participate in 7th hour athletics unless you have a physical.  All physicals are due by July. Take advantage of this comprehensive physical and get cleared before the summer.  Download and print these forms with all the details:  Physical/Consent Forms

Brophy Basketball – Open Gyms Over the next month, Brophy Basketball will run three Open Gym opportunities in The Dutch from 1:30-3pm on the dates listed below.  These Open Gyms are open to any Brophy student that would like to participate, however, any athletes that are playing a spring sport must get the permission of their head coach prior to participating in an Open Gym.   Friday, May 12th

BOD POD TESTING – New link is up for Bod Pod testing. Signing up can be done at this link. https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1DyPrfXAPqwexxRGQtI10WkadVlXMAlnAqwvETASSxG8

 Tuesday, May 9                                                         

  • BASEBALL Varsity Banquet, 6PM, SAC
  • VOLLEYBALL – Quarterfinals

Wednesday, May 10

  • CREW Banquet, 6PM, HGH
  • TRACK TEAM AWARDS, 6:30PM, SAC
  • VOLLEYBALL – Semifinals

Friday, May 12

  • VOLLEYBALL – State Championships

 

2017 AP Exam schedule
Week 2 Morning 8 a.m. Afternoon 12 noon Afternoon 2 p.m.
Monday,
May 8, 2017
Biology – HGH

Music Theory

Physics C: Mechanics – BAG Physics C: Electricity and Magnetism –BAG
Tuesday,
May 9, 2017
Calculus AB – HGH

Calculus BC – HGH

French Language and Culture

Spanish Literature and Culture – BAG

Wednesday,
May 10, 2017
English Language and Composition – HGH Italian Language and Culture

Macroeconomics – HGH

Thursday,
May 11, 2017
Comparative Government and Politics – HGH NW

World History – HGH NE

Statistics – BAG
Friday,
May 12, 2017
Human Geography

Microeconomics

European History

Latin – BAG

 

 

 

GRADUATION ACTIVITIES Graduation 2017 webpage

Graduation Practice (Mandatory) – Thursday, May 18 • 1:30-4:30 p.m.

Baccalaureate Mass (Mandatory) – Friday, May 19 • 7 p.m. • St. Francis Xavier Church

Seating for the Baccalaureate MassNo tickets will be issued, but seating in St. Francis Xavier Church is limited. Families are advised to attend with just immediate family (parent/guardians and siblings). Doors open at 6:15 p.m; reception to follow in HGH.

Sixty-Ninth Commencement Ceremony – Saturday, May 20 • 9 a.m. • Robson Gymnasium

Seating for the Commencement CeremonyThis year each family will receive eight tickets for the Commencement Ceremony. Additional guests are invited to view the ceremony on screen in The Dutch. Doors open at 8:15 a.m. (Doors open for handicapped seating at 8 a.m. Handicapped seating is on the floor, behind the graduate seating. Visibility may be limited, and watching from The Dutch will offer a better view of the ceremonies.)  Senior parents, if you did not pick up your commencement ceremony tickets at the Senior Farewell Dinner, you must pick them up from Ms. Sandra Dennard in the Student Activity Center during school hours. Only parents can pick up the tickets. They cannot be replaced if lost.  Each family will receive 8 tickets for seating in Robson Gym. The ceremony will be live-streamed in The Dutch Athletic Complex for guests without tickets. Please refer to the 2017 Graduation webpage for additional information, or contact Ann Wolf.

 

For Grad Photos/Pictures visit the following website:  https://events.lifetouch.com/tempHomepage.aspx?EventID=154036

 

Planning Your DayThe Commencement Ceremony will last approximately two hours. Following the ceremony, students will go back to classrooms to receive their actual diploma. Generally, families choose to spend some time in the Mall, taking photos with families and friends, with the event concluding around noon.

Project Graduation for BCP/XCP Graduation class only – Saturday, May 20 • Cost $75 per student; RSVP by May 15; Casual Dress – for detailed information, go to:   http://bcpxcpprojectgrad.com/

 

GRANDPARENTS’ LUNCHEON PHOTOS – Broncos, if you attended the Grandparents’ Luncheon, check this link for photos to share with your grandparents! https://www.flickr.com/photos/brophy_prep/albums/72157683027832826

 

 

WEBSITE/MEDIA INFORMATION

Loyola 7th grade scholars have created a website to showcase the images they took using a HITACHI scanning electron microscope (SEM). Enjoy the wonders of the microscopic world!  www.brophyprep.org/SEM

 

PEN (Peer Editing Network). Did you finish editing that writing assignment yet? Could it use a second pair of eyes? PEN is here to help. Take a moment to skim through the Student Guide and then fill out the new one-step PEN Submission Form, and we promise to return your assignment with ideas for revision in fewer than 48 hours. Follow us on Twitter, too! @BrophyPEN 

Instagram – BrophyStuco       Twitter – BrophyStuco             Snapchat – BrophyStuco

Youtube – /brophyprepaz         Vimeo – /brophyprepaz    LOYOLA ACADEMY Twitter name – Loyola_Academy

 

Mon  Partly Cloudy81°57°  Tue  Mostly Cloudy73°56° Wed  Mostly Cloudy77°61°               Thu Sunny90°68°               Fri  Sunny96°70°

Sat Sunny98°68°                Sun Sunny93°64°