Sorry, Brophy, it’s not you, it’s me.
We had a really good thing going, but it’s time to move on. There’s another school that I’ve gotten into as of late, Boston College.
By Tyler J. Scott ’12, Michael Moroney ’13 & Jackson Santy ’13
Brophy prides itself in preparing students for college, but alumni say it also prepares students for life after college.
Alumni have found success in many fields including media and social justice
Low interest rates, no fees and balance transfers are catch phrases that fill college students’ mail boxes every year.
Credit card companies will swamp new students with offers that sound too good to be true. According to United College Marketing Services the average college student gets 25 to 50 solicitations a semester.
Low introductory interest rates, bonus rewards and no need to carry cash, all sound like great reasons to get a credit card.
Brophy athletics never fails to amaze, as nearly 30 students so far are heading to play their sport in college.
On the gridiron, there are five players looking to play football in college.
Max Leonesio ’10 will be going to Princeton University, Alex Garoutte ’10 will kick at Arizona State University and Hank Jenkins ’10 is going to the University of San Diego, according to football coach Mr. Scooter Molander.
Everybody knows that one student who does everything: NHS, several sports, band, photography club, speech and debate and concert piano.
He has participated on three immersion trips (just this year), is an altar server and is taking five AP classes.
I think it is impossible, and certainly at least impractical, to participate in all of those activities/classes at once, but many students are overloading themselves with activities in order to get that extra edge in the college admissions process.
It is that time of the year again and spring is upon us.
The time that its starts warming up and heavy jackets are no longer needed; the time when students begin to look forward to a much needed spring break.
The second semester of senior year can mean a number of things.
Across the commercial airline industry prices are jumping sky high as purse strings remain tight for many consumers.
Many people have put their personal vacations on hold, but college visits remain popular and numerous among Brophy seniors.
Throughout high school, even more so during junior and senior year, many students are increasingly focused on the prospect of college.