Senior Class College Acceptances

See which US colleges have accepted Bow High graduates in recent years.

View the Harvard and Dartmouth websites

Link to the websites of two nearby Ivy League universities.

Principal Mr. John House-Myers

Leadership of the school is provided by its Principal of seven years, Mr. House-Myers.

Ms. Colleen DesRuisseaux, Director of Guidance

Ms. DesRuisseaux provides students with support in and out of school time.

Ms. Leslie Bean, School Nurse

Looking after the health of students during school time.

Our People

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If you like to know numbers - we have 60 faculty members, 35 support staff and paraprofessionals. In 2012 enrollment for grades nine through twelve is 528 students. Most of all we would like you know our school as "people", not "numbers".  Our staff serve as inspirational teachers and coaches who motivate students to learn.  Our students have a wide variety of interests and goals, forming friendships which can last a lifetime.

Bow High School operates under the New Hampshire Department of Education within the Bow School District (SAU67).  The district has a Board with five elected members. A Superintendent,Dr. Cascadden, oversees the district's elementary (primary) school, middle school and high school on behalf of the Board.  Bow High School is lead by a Principal, Mr. House-Myers. Under the Principal's authority are the curriculum department heads, administrators, teaching and support staff.

Superintendent Dr. Dean Cascadden

Dr Cascadden is Superintendent of Schools for Bow School District SAU 67.  He spent his high school days in New Hampshire at Littleton High School before studying at Dartmouth Collge.  He obtained his Masters at Regency University, Virginia and went on to complete his doctorate at The College of William and Mary, Virginia.

Principal Mr. John House-Myers

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Principal John House-Myers grew up in New York outside of New York City and attended the State University of New York in Oswego and earned his bachelor’s degree in Secondary Education with a concentration in English. His first teaching position as an English teacher took place in St. Thomas, in the United States Virgin Islands in the Caribbean. There he met the woman he would marry and they sold their scuba diving equipment, bought a pickup truck and moved to Alaska, where they lived and worked and raised a family for eighteen years, before moving to New Hampshire in 2001. During this time he earned a Masters degree in Special Education, as well as administrative credentials, and is currently pursuing his doctorate in international education. He has served as principal at Bow High School since the fall of 2006.

Bow High School, 55 Falcon Way (formerly 32 White Rock Hill Rd), Bow, New Hampshire, NH 03304, United States. Tel +001 603-228-2210