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MOUNT  PROSPECT ACADEMY    Youth Driven. Family Centered. Community Focused.

Our non-profit inspires students to achieve meaningful success in their own unique and personal way

MPA offers residential treatment services for adolescent males at multiple locations throughout New Hampshire. We work to improve students' ability to connect with others, increase their ability to cope, and help them thrive in all areas of life. MPA is known for its ability to achieve successful outcomes with difficult-to-serve individuals.

Our treatment philosophy focuses on promoting student strengths and developing the whole person. Academics are a core element of MPA's treatment plans, and our internship programs aim to develop a sense of responsibility and diligent work ethic in students. 

MPA believes that the least restrictive settings are the best places to serve struggling individuals. Our teams work closely with students and families in their own environment, creating the best possibility for lasting impact. We are skilled in providing trauma-sensitive treatment and maintaining a trauma-informed approach within all operations. Engaging with challenging families is our strength. We demonstrate the utmost respect for our clients and try to bring their voices into everything we do.

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January 3, 2019


Freezing temperatures, snowfall, and short winter days haven’t stopped students from conducting a scientific experiment on plant growth in Mount Prospect Academy’s greenhouse. 

The students are conducting a multi-week experiment, called The Tower Garden Challenge, which provides hands-on learning in science, math, and writing.

MPA teacher Jessica Boynton manages the greenhouse, and she has used the building to run The Tower Garden Challenge during the dead of winter. The experiment’s hands-on components help students stay engaged with the materi...

December 21, 2018

Art Teacher Tyler Pike saw a sense of pride and craftsmanship swell within students as they made holiday gifts — working to improve artistic designs, or making multiple attempts to perfect their projects.

Clay Hanukkah dreidels, Christmas tree ornaments, wreaths, decorative holiday plates, and gingerbread houses are among the many items that Mount Prospect Academy students made in the weeks before winter break.

Pike and several other MPA teachers guided students through the gift-making projects. 

“For many of our students, gift-making means gettin...

November 21, 2018

As he loaded firewood into a trailer for delivery to a family in need, Mount Prospect Academy student Hunter D. said he was feeling good about himself.

“I like to be able to say, ‘Yeah, I helped that person out. It’s my good deed for the day, and I like doing good deeds every day,'” Hunter said.

Hunter was volunteering for a new MPA initiative that has supplied free firewood to families in the Warren area.

People receiving the firewood are elderly or having health problems, and they haven’t been able to stack up their wood pile ahead of the winter...

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