Bourgade Catholic High School provides students a rigorous academic community that invites students to develop strategies and skills of life-long learners which will assist them as they prepare to be successful in higher education and life. Our faculty strives to create interactive learning communities within the classroom that allow each student to find the extraordinary in themselves while pursuing academic learning. Our faculty is collaborative and works together with our Teaching and Learning team, Technology Division, coaches, administration, and counselors to provide a dynamic and personalized learning environment in which our students can thrive.
We are a digital campus and provide Chromebooks for each student so they can access our learning management system, courses, assignments, quizzes/tests, apps for learning, academic research, collaboration, and the global learning community. Our Wi-Fi network is secure and provides student access when appropriate for learning, and is closed to maintain integrity in the classrooms as needed.
Christian Ministry is also a core part of our Academic program, with students expected to complete and report 20 hours of service to the community each academic year.
We look forward to partnering with you to educate your children by providing an Academic environment that educates both the hearts and minds of students in the Catholic tradition and as servant leaders and stewards of the Gospel.
Mr. Javier Bravo, M.Ed.
"We are a college preparatory high school that educates the hearts and minds of students in the Catholic tradition and in partnership with families to be servant leaders and stewards of the Gospel."
365 young men and women
Western Catholic Educational Association
Demographic Profile of BCHS & City of Phoenix
Advanced Placement (AP) Courses
Advanced Placement credit can be earned in Calculus, Spanish Language and Culture, Spanish Literature and Culture, US History, English Language and Composition, Art History, Environmental Science, Seminar, Biology, English Literature and Composition, and Research (offered in 2018-2019).
Honors courses include; Introduction to Literature and Composition, World Literature, Geometry, Algebra I, Algebra II with Trigonometry, Biology, Chemistry, World History, US Government and Economics.
Dual Enrollment Credit
Dual Enrollment credit opportunities are offered via Seton Hill University in AP Biology, AP Calculus AB/BC, AP English Language and Composition, AP English Literature and Composition, Pre-calculus, and AP United States History. In addition, bi-annually Dual Enrollment credit opportunities are offered in AP Art History, and AP Biology.
Dual Enrollment credit opportunity currently exists in Church History with the University of Mary during the second semester of senior year.
Online Credits are offered to allow students opportunities to restore academic credits and as needed to provide for a wider breadth of elective opportunities. These course are offered via Edmentum online