A.B. Lucas Secondary School
A.B. Lucas Secondary School is a secondary school located at the northern end of London, Ontario, Canada. The school was named after Dr. A.B. Lucas, who was recognized for his contribution to education in London. In April 1962, Hugh Murray became the first principal. He commissioned lieutenants Terry Ferris, Jim Wylie, Don Epplet, Phil Sparling, Don Carson, Charlie Belchamber, Alex Shamas, Alan Williams, Ed Hancox and Fred Hickman. During the next few months these men recruited more staff, acquired equipment and supplies and arranged programs.
A.B. Lucas Secondary School
A.B. Lucas Secondary School is a secondary school located at the northern end of London, Ontario, Canada. The school was named after Dr. A.B. Lucas, who was recognized for his contribution to education in London. In April 1962, Hugh Murray became the first principal. He commissioned lieutenants Terry Ferris, Jim Wylie, Don Epplet, Phil Sparling, Don Carson, Charlie Belchamber, Alex Shamas, Alan Williams, Ed Hancox and Fred Hickman. During the next few months these men recruited more staff, acquired equipment and supplies and arranged programs.