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Main Office

 Main Office hours are from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday.


Office Staff

Donna Grant


603-875-3800 x3150

Karen Holland
Admin Asst to Principal

603-875-3800 x 3148

 Rachael Misiaszek
Admin Asst to Asst Principal

603-875-3800 x 3147

Laurel Cristaldi
Admin. Asst. to Buildings and Grounds, Information Technology and Food Service

603-875-3800 x3149


Intervention Room


Bruce Davol
(603) 875-3800 x 2155

Realizing how rewarding working in education can be, I wish I had taken this path earlier in life. I came to Prospect Mountain High School the second year it opened in 2005, from the business, and law enforcement fields. Before coming to Prospect, I spent 25 years as a District Manager with Bird Incorporated, and as a Regional Manager for BPCO Headquartered In LaSalle Quebec Canada. 

I also spent 6 years working for the New Hampshire State Police as a State Trooper.
Prior to this, I attended Leicester Junior College, and Granite State College. Working at PMHS has allowed me to become involved with the Alpine Ski Team, and the Outing Club. It has also allowed me to realize there is more to a job than just money. Having the opportunity to help students turn around their lives and graduate is very rewarding. When I am not in school I enjoy hunting, fishing, riding dirt bikes with Zoe, boating and spending as much time with my family as possible.

Brian Stuart
(603) 875-3800 x 2155

I am native New Englander, who has been a member of the Prospect Mountain community for eight years. I was previously employed as a mortgage banker, and always had a passion for film and theater. I’ve worked extensively in the entertainment industry, from coast to coast, in several capacities: actor, acting coach, comedian, script coordinator, producer, and writer. During a 12-year stint in Hollywood, I worked at Universal Studios and Nickelodeon, as a script reader/analyst, and also in story development and production capacities. My teaching experience includes work as a guest artist for the Folger Shakespeare Library schools program, and I’ve taught acting to youth in schools throughout New England. Here, at PMHS, I substitute for a variety of classes, and I am especially fond of languages, which explains why I am particularly delighted at any opportunity to substitute for our English and World Language teachers. I love working with our students. It's my philosophy that educators with open hearts and minds have an opportunity to learn from their students, just as their students learn from them.