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World Language


Communication skills are vital, and in an increasingly interconnected world, the ability to communicate in multiple languages makes students more marketable to both colleges and business. 


Robert Ciotti

(603) 875-3800 x2219

My name is Bob Ciotti and I have been teaching for 25 years with 13 of those years at Prospect. I graduated from Franklin Pierce University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Spanish and currently teach Spanish 1-3.  I live in Dover, NH with my wife Peggy and daughter Elizabeth. I enjoy spending time with family, going to the beach and staying active by running and working out at a health club.

Chris Donovan

(603) 875-3800 x2215


I began teaching Spanish at Prospect in 2014, and also advise the World Cultures Club and coach the coed unified soccer team. After graduating from UNH, I lived abroad for several years and taught English as a second language in Spain and the Dominican Republic, and earned a master's degree from the University of London. I've been back in New Hampshire for a few years now but still love to travel. In my free time I enjoy hiking, going to the beach, getting into a good book (especially at the beach), and following international soccer. Speaking in Spanish is also one of my favorite things to do, so I feel lucky to be able to do so every day.

Peter Long

Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment Leader

(603) 875-3800 x2217


I've been teaching at Prospect Mountain High School for 11 years and currently teach French 1-4.  Prior to PMHS, I taught at Laconia High School for 5 years. In addition to teaching, I coach the golf team and advise the World Culture Club. I earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from Concordia University in Montreal, Quebec.  I have 2 wonderful children and in my free time I enjoy playing guitar, running, and playing hockey.