Utilizing wood and metal shops, state-of-the-art equipment, and programs like CAD, the Industrial Arts program gives students a leg up in fields that require a well-trained work force. Keep your eyes on the monitors for an announcement for a team meeting for BOB to start this season.
My name is Brian Hikel and I began teaching at Alton Central School, transferring to Prospect Mountain High School upon its opening. This year marks my 21st year teaching in the town of Alton. I am part of the Industrial Arts department and I currently teach Woods 1-3, Robotics and Engineering Design. I am also the mentor for the PMHS FIRST Robotics team and can often be seen in my BOB 319 shirt. I graduated from the University of Southern Maine with a B.S. in Technology Education. I have three children, the oldest of which has the distinction of being the first child born to an employee of PMHS. He was born the same month that the school opened.
My name is Mark Marceau and I have been teaching at PMHS since it opened in 2004. Previously, I taught at Franklin High School and Middle School in Franklin, NH. The Industrial Art classes that I teach include Metals Fabrication, Metals 1 -3, CAD Mechanical and CAD Architecture. I have a B.S. in Technology Education from Keene State College. I am married and have three children and three grandchildren. I enjoy outdoor activities such as gardening, farming, motorcycling, snowmobiling and hiking.