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TRADITION Brebeuf Jesuit, a Catholic and Jesuit school, provides an excellent college preparatory education for a lifetime of service by forming leaders who are intellectually competent, open to growth, loving, religious and committed to promoting justice. Fostering a culture of understanding and dialogue, Brebeuf Jesuit seeks and welcomes students from diverse religious, ethnic and socio-economic backgrounds. Students at Brebeuf Jesuit are called to discover and cultivate the fullness of their God-given talents as a responsibility and as an act of worship. â—† Brebeuf Jesuit is the only Catholic Jesuit school in Indiana. â—† Brebeuf Jesuit fosters the intellectual, spiritual, physical, emotional and social development of every student. As students grow in each of these areas, they become more able to share their unique gifts as men and women for others.

Brebeuf has enjoyed a rich sports tradition for almost 50 years through the efforts of a pantheon of alumni athletes in our Athletic Hall of Fame, establishig a model of excellence for our current generation to follow. Our newly completed St. Vincent Health Field and Marty Hill Track, combined with the state-of-the art design of the Mark G. Kite Wellness Center and additional athletic facilities, make Brebeuf Jesuit’s athletic complex one of the finest among the private schools of the Midwest. Please be our guest at an upcoming game or meet this school year. Our athletic schedules can be found on our new athletic website,

ATHLETIC OPPORTUNITIES ◆ 85% of Brebeuf students participate in athletics during their four years. ◆ Brebeuf has 17 IHSAA-sanctioned sports. ◆ 4 State championships have been won in the last four years.

SOCIAL JUSTICE Through Community Service, students have an opportunity to learn about others and to learn about themselves in the context of serving those in the community who have special needs or have experienced hardship. ◆ Approximately 60 agencies are served during the school year in Indianapolis and surrounding areas, which include clinics, hospitals, schools, youth centers, service centers, retirement facilities, nursing homes, homes for those with physical and developmental disabilities, therapeutic riding centers, youth sports programs and women’s shelters. ◆ Brebeuf Jesuit offers several mission and immersion trips so that our student can provide service to others in the greater global community, including: El Salvador, Kenya, South Dakota and New Orleans.

FAITH Brebeuf Jesuit students and faculty of all faith traditions participate in the religious life of the school—from our all-school Interfaith Prayer Convocations to our popular retreat programs. The Campus Ministry offers pastoral care to students throughout the academic year. Brebeuf students learn how to communicate personally with God in their own way through prayer. The Brebeuf graduate will also gain an understanding of the beliefs and practices of Catholic traditions and non-Catholic and non-Christian traditions. ◆ 50% of students enrolled at Brebeuf are Catholic; 50% come from faith backgrounds including: Buddhism, Protestantism, Hinduism, Judaism, and Islam. ◆ 65% of Brebeuf students attend retreats annually. Approximately 92% of students attend at least one retreat during their time at Brebeuf. ◆ 102 seniors led the Class of 2016 at Freshman Orientation this Fall, inviting them to participate in the active Campus Ministry program. ◆ Mass is offered daily during the first PRT (Personal Responsibility Time) to Brebeuf students.


Academic Super Bowl Allies Anime Club Art Club Asian Club Black Robe Running Society Black Student Union Brain Game Brebeuf Classical Club CASP Exchange Program Celtic Society Chem Team Chess Club Coexist Club Conservation Club Contemplatives in Action (CIA) Debate DECA Diversity Club Federal & Econ Challenge Film Club French Club Freshman Class Council Glee Club IU Honors Program Improv Comedy Club Intramural Sports Jazz Ensemble Jewish Student Union Junior Class Council

Justice League Kenya Help Us? Club Key Club Life Club Manitou: Literary Magazine Math Competitions Model U.N. National Honor Society Outdoor Club PACT (Peers Against Cancer Together) Pit Band RAFA(Random Acts For Animals) RAK (Random Acts of Kindness) Science Olympiad Senior Class Council Set and Technical Direction Simply Science Sophomore Class Council Spanish Club Speech Coach STRAP (Students Taking Responsibility Against Poverty) Student Council Sweet Harmony/Manic Barcode PRT Choirs Theatre Timmy Foundation Club Toulouse Exchange Young Democrats Young Life Young Republicans


Our rigorous liberal arts curriculum is derived from St. Ignatius of Loyola’s educational philosophy, which emphasizes reflection, discernment, scholarly excellence and personal responsibility. The curriculum exposes students to a breadth of knowledge and calls for critical evaluation and self-examination. Students are taught in small classes where they participate in active discussions with teachers. ◆ 100% of Brebeuf graduates go on to attend a four-year university or college. ◆ 100% of Brebeuf seniors graduate. ◆ $23,353,826 in merit-based and athletic scholarships were offered to the Class of 2012 with $5,437,276 being used.


All students interested in applying to Brebeuf Jesuit Preparatory School are required to take the High School Placement Test (HSPT) at Brebeuf Jesuit or an alternative approved HSPT testing site. HSPTs will be offered on the following dates:


History: Founded in 1962, Brebeuf Jesuit is the only Catholic Jesuit school in Indiana.

October 13, 2012 at 9:00 a.m. November 10, 2012 at 9:00 a.m. December 8, 2012 at 9:00 a.m. To apply to Brebeuf Jesuit Preparatory School, request an application from the Admissions Office or online. Get started today by visiting

2012 - 2013 Important Dates

Student/Faculty Ratio:

Open Houses: Entrance Exams:

Programs: Course offerings, including 21 AP courses and 16 Honors courses. Two college-level courses with dual credit are offered.

Application Deadlines:


Students: Approximately

764 students attend from 46 different sending schools.

Mean SAT: 1767 Mean ACT: 27 Cost & Tuition Assistance:

◆ 2012-2013 Tuition: $14,675 ◆ 25% of Brebeuf students receive financial aid. ◆ $1.8 million was allocated in need-based financial aid in 2011-2012

Decision Letters:

Deposits Due:

October 14 and November 13 October 13, November 10, December 8 Early Admission October 15, 2012 Regular Admission December 14, 2012 Early Admission November 26, 2012 Regular Admission February 15, 2013 March 15, 2013

2801 West 86th Street Indianapolis, IN 46268 317.524.7050 email:

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