Monday, December 17

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

*E.L.F. Drive (Extending Love to Families) – Santa’s Sleigh is here today!

BIRTHDAY WISHES go out to Hunter Franklin ’19, Ben Schouten ’20, Bobby Kuehler ‘22 and to all BRONCOS who celebrate a birthday today.  Also, birthday wishes to all BRONCOS who celebrated over the weekend. ♪Happy Birthday to you


*THANK YOU for being a part of the ELF Drive this year – and for all the ways you’ll lift up the families we serve.

Some important reminders:  1. All pantry and gifts items are due to the Black Box Theater by 4 pm TODAY! – UNLESS you are making a delivery to your family yours-elf; 2. Mark everything! Gifts and pantry items/bags MUST be marked with your family’s NUMBER (not a family name) that was listed on the family profile. (OFJ can help you at the Black Box); 3. Please put ALL gift cards in a separate envelope labeled with the family name and number – DO NOT bury gift cards in your packages or pantry items. The OFJ gives these cards directly to the support coordinators who are delivering on your behalf.  4. Gifts need to be wrapped with the recipient’s name/family member and the family number on the wrapping.  Many thanks for helping with this great Claus! See Mr. Fisko in the Black Box if you have any concerns or questions.  The OFJ

WINNER X 3 – CONGRATULATIONS BRONCO BASKETBALL – They swept Chaparral at home Friday night and here are the results:  Freshman won 65-32, JV won 67-46 and Varsity won 65-58.  Thank you Bronco Nation! You were the 6th Man.  Next game versus Liberty at home on Monday, 12/17/18. 

RUN FOR JUSTICE HOLIDAY ORNAMENTS – Stop by the Varsity Shop to pick up your Run for Justice holiday ornaments! For just $5 you can continue to support Kino Border Initiative, Florence Project and Family to Family.

Attention all Xavier and Brophy students:  Auditions for Xavier’s Spring Semester musical, Working, are coming up.  Auditions will be held the first week we come back in January.  Preliminary auditions are on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday, January 7, 8, and 9.  Nominated for 6 Tony Awards, this special musical will highlight your acting, singing, and dancing skills as we learn about what it is to be a worker in America.  Audition packets are available on the website.  Go to the website, click on “Students”, scroll down to “Student Quick Links”, and click on the Audition Packet.  Carefully read and follow the prompts you’ll find within the audition packet. If you have any questions, please see or contact Ms. Robillard at Xavier.

LOST AND FOUND – Have you lost something? Please check in the Dean’s Office for lost items. All unclaimed items will be donated to charity at the end of this semester.


You can now follow the Office of Faith and Justice on Twitter! The new OFJ Student Leadership Team will offer updates, reflections, and much more every Wednesday. Follow us on @BrophyOFJ.



follow Brophy Office of Equity and Inclusion on FacebookTwitter, and Instagram, and the Brophy Black Family Alliance

We invite you to join us at the performance of Tolton: From Slave to Priest, an original one-man live drama performed by actor Jim Coleman and produced by Saint Luke Productions. This professional production will be presented at Brophy College Preparatory on Tuesday, January 15, 7 p.m., Black Box Theater; coordinated by Dr. Matthew Whitaker and Brophy’s Office of Equity and Inclusion.  In Tolton, audiences encounter firsthand the life and message of Fr. Augustus Tolton, the first African American Catholic priest. Born a slave, ordained a priest in Rome, and sent to minister in Chicago, Fr. Tolton faced prejudice throughout his life. However, he also saw that the Catholic Church was the antidote to the discrimination he experienced. “It was the priests of the Church who taught me to pray and to forgive my persecutors,” he said. “We should welcome all people into the Church, not send them away.”  Fr. Tolton’s compelling story of courage and reconciliation resonates deeply with modern American audiences. Bishop Joseph Perry of Chicago, postulator for Fr. Tolton’s canonization cause, is calling Tolton a production that will “inspire a new era of peace, hope, and forgiveness in America.”  Tolton: From Slave to Priest is a perfect opportunity for our communities to come together. We are very fortunate to have this caliber of theater at our parish, and I hope that you will join us for this inspiring event. If you have any questions or would like a flyer or poster to help promote this event, please contact Dr. Matthew Whitaker, Ph.D., Director, Office of Equity and Inclusion at  Admission: Free-Will Offering  TRAILER – Video URL  75 minutes / Recommended for ages 10 & up.


Monday, December 17

  • BASKETBALL vs Liberty (H) Freshmen 4 p.m./JV 5:30 p.m./Varsity 7 p.m.

Wednesday, December 19                           

  • SOCCERTEAM PICS on Front Lawn, 1 p.m.

Friday, December 21 

  • BASKETBALL @ Pinnacle (A) Freshmen 4 p.m./JV 5:30 p.m./Varsity 7 p.m.
  • SOCCER vs Maryvale (H) JV 4 p.m./Varsity 6 p.m.


AMATEUR GOLF CLUB meets every Tuesday at lunch, at the simulators, second story of the Dutch.

AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE CLUB (ASL) meets every Tuesday at lunch, K21, 12:15 and every Friday, 1:15.

ASIAN CULTURE CLUB meets Tuesdays in Mrs. Hibler’s room, P117.

BLACK STUDENT UNION (BSU) meets every Thursday @ lunch, Dutch #202

BLAM (Brophy Literary & Arts Magazine)BLAM meets every Monday at lunch in B202. Students can submit art and creative writing through the BLAM Submission Form at any time. Read back issues here.

BROPHY RELIEF – Every other Monday @ lunch, The Red Room – top floor of Romley Hall.  Email or stop by these offices in Romley any time! or

CENTRIST CLUB meets Tuesdays during lunch in Ms. Maynard’s room, B-207.

COMPETITIVE  MEMBEAN CLUB meets every other Wednesday at lunch in B202. Come practice Membean, challenge peers, compete in contests.

CULTURE PROJECT meet Monday’s after school, Mrs. Hibler’s room P117

DEAD PHILOSOPHERS SOCIETY meetings are Thursday’s during Lunch. Our intentions are to know one another better and to come to a fuller understanding of what is. Please join us in Mr. Aston’s room, Piper 222.  Our club website can be found here which has information about upcoming texts and topics of discussion.

F.A.M.E. CLUB (Finance, Accounting, Money Management, and Entrepreneurship), Tuesdays @ lunch, E210

FREE SPEECH CLUB meets in Mr. Orem’s room, E210

HERMANOS UNIDOS meets every Thursday @ lunch in Mr. Mendoza’s room K21. All are welcome.

JEWISH STUDENT UNION The JSU meets every Monday at lunch in B103. Come learn about Israel, the Jewish faith, and culture. Kosher pizza served. Students of all faiths are welcome.
KINO TEENS – interested in immigration advocacy and reform.  Support the Kino Border Initiative.  Meetings Wednesdays at Break in K25.  See Señor Leyba, Mrs. Hornbeck, or Mr. Herstam with any questions.

MATH CLUB: Do you love math?  Are you a freshman in honors algebra 2, pre-calculus, calculus…?  We are looking for new members.  Please contact either Alex at or to learn more.  We are excited to get started.

MUSIC MINISTRY – Interested in joining Brophy’s Music Ministry crew to help curate and play music or sing during school Masses? Please contact Mr. Pidgeon via email ( or stop by his room, B105, anytime. No tryout necessary; if you can sing or play, you’re in!

PEN (Peer Editing Network)PEN meets every other Wednesday, B202. At any time, students may submit writing to PEN online to get peer feedback in 24-48 hours.

ROBOTICS will meet down in the Innovation Commons every Tuesday & Thursday after school, 3-5 p.m.  All students are welcome!

ROCK CLIMBING AND CORPUS ANIMUS CLUBS – they will both meet Thursday at lunch in K1.

RUBIK’S CUBE CLUB meets Thursdays at lunch in P214. Find us at the Student Activities Expo on Thursday for more information! – We enjoy solving Rubik’s cubes and other twisty puzzles. Whether you’ve never solved a cube before or you’ve been solving for years, we are open to everybody. Sign up here

SCI-FI & FANTASY MOVIE CLUB meets every Tuesday at Lunch in E211

SPEECH AND DEBATE meetings are Tuesdays after school @ 3 p.m. in B105.  New members are welcome!

STOCK MARKET CLUB meets every Wednesday in B103. We talk about stocks, the financial system, and our portfolios in the Stock Market Game. The competition runs from Oct 1-April 30, but you do not have to be part of the SMG to participate in the club. Everyone is welcome.

YOUTH AND GOVERNMENTplease join us in D203 every Wednesday @ lunch, that is Dutch 203 for fun and great discussion. Making and discussing Mock Governmental Bills that solve the local challenges with Xavier and other Brophy students is a great time.

THE WRANGLER meets every Tuesday at lunch in B202. All students interested in humor, satire, and writing should attend. Read back issues here.

FORECAST FOR THE PHOENIX METROPOLITAN AREA: Mon Mostly Sunny 70°41°                 Tue Sunny 67°41°

Wed Sunny 69°42°          Thu Sunny 74°45°           Fri Partly Cloudy 74°46°               Sat Partly Cloudy 73°47°

Sun Mostly Sunny 71°46°


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SENIORS CAP AND GOWN ORDERS AND RING DELIVERY DATES There is no charge for the cap and gown; it is included in tuition. Seniors you can also order announcements, class rings and other items if you wish. (Juniors can also place orders for class rings.) A $75 deposit is required for these additional items (if not paid in full when ordered). For remaining dates, click here.

NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY TUTORS AVAILABLE Brophy Broncos – Did you know that there are only three weeks left until final exams?  Did you know we have National Honor Society Tutors ready and waiting to help you?

If you are in need of some tutoring. Go to the Groups Tab on your myBrophy Page. Click on the Academic Resource Center and you can make an appointment with a Tutor. Tutors are available from 7 am – 4 pm most days.  If you have questions or need assistance in matching with a tutor, please see your Counselor or Advisor or come to the Academic Resource Center in Loyola 104 and we can assist.  HAPPY STUDYING!