Faces of Brophy

Faces of Brophy: Edwin Perez-Morales
Photo by Bryce Owen ’17 Edwin Perez-Morales ’18 “The most exciting thing in school right now is the Sophomore Research Project. I enjoy spending time just researching poems and doing assignments.”
Faces of Brophy: Christian Smith
Photo by Cory Wyman ’16 Christian Smith ’16 “[Yoga] opened up so many things … when you do it you feel really serene. I want to give other people that feeling so that they feel as amazing as I do when I do yoga.”
Faces of Brophy: Ted Donley
Photo by Cory Wyman ’16 Ted Donley ’16 “[Cura Personalis] has helped me bring together things I’m good at and things I’m passionate about. I think that’s the best way to be successful in life, is to be passionate about what you do.”
Faces of Brophy: Axell Komlan
Photo by Andrew Brown ’18 Axell Komlan ’18 “I admire my mom and dad because of the way that they tried so hard to adjust to American culture after leaving so much of their culture behind.”
Faces of Brophy: Edwin Mehari
Photo by Cory Wyman ’17 Edwin Mehari ’18 “When I’m down [my mother] is there for me. When I’m up she’s there. I know she cares about me. She works two jobs just for me and my sister.”
Faces of Brophy: Alec Ferreira
Photo by Andrew Brown ’18 Alec Ferreira ’17 “There are Native Americans living in terrible conditions and facing a lot of adversity and I want to break those barriers by getting an education.”
Faces of Brophy: Matthew Holmes
Photo by Bryce Owen ’17 Matthew Holmes ’17   “I believe that Apple is actually a giant antagonist in our world, and they are creating all of their technology to one day take over the world.”