London Normal School
It was built in 1898-1899 by the architect Francis Heakes. It was the third normal school in Ontario, after the Toronto Normal School and Ottawa Normal School. The building is a mixture of classical, Romanesque, and Gothic revival architecture, as was typical of High Victorian Gothic style.
Classes for teachers in training began on February 1, 1900. By the 1960s, teacher training took place at Elborn College and Althouse College (now the University of Western Ontario Faculty of Education). In 1963, the Normal School became the headquarters of the London Board of Education. In 1986, it became the Monsignor Feeney Centre for Catholic Education within the London District Catholic School Board.
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