Trevor G. Browne High School, Home of the Bruins, provides high academic standards, specialized programs, over 60 clubs and activities, and leadership opportunities for approximately 3000 students enrolled each year. As the largest comprehensive campus in the Phoenix Union High School District, TGB has a place for every student. Whether our students attend a university, community college, or directly enter the armed services or workforce, TGB graduates have the tools and strengths to meet long and short-term goals, contribute to the world around them, and overcome obstacles. Trevor Browne provides all of the core content and elective classes necessary to meet college entrance and PXU graduation requirements, including Gifted, Advanced Placement and Dual Enrollment courses. Class of 2021 graduates earned over $20.6 million dollars to attend highly selective colleges throughout the United States on full scholarship. TGB also provides opportunities for students to enroll in unique programs: American Sign Language, AVID, Human Psychology, Auto Technologies, Digital Journalism, Forensic Science, Sports Medicine, Marketing, and the Advanced Placement Diploma Program. Award-winning and recognized programs include JROTC, band, choir, and visual arts. In addition to academics, TGB provides fall, winter, and spring sports for both males and females. At Trevor Browne, each individual student has choices to develop their interests and excel!
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Trevor G. Browne High School7402 W. Catalina Dr.Phoenix, AZ 85033
Principal: Stephanie StreeterPhone: 602.764.8500Fax: 602-764-8726Office Hours: 7:30am - 3:30pmAttendance Hotline: 602.764-8900
M, T, Th, F: 8:00am - 3:00pmW: 9:00am - 3:00pmMascot: BruinsSchool Colors: Brown & OrangeYear School Opened: 1972
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