Lord Beaverbrook High School

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Lord Beaverbrook High School
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9019 Fairmount Drive S.E.
Calgary, Alberta
Coordinates 50°58′22″N 114°03′40″W / 50.9728°N 114.0610°W / 50.9728; -114.0610Coordinates: 50°58′22″N 114°03′40″W / 50.9728°N 114.0610°W / 50.9728; -114.0610
Type Public
Motto Motto: Omni pro sua parte
(Latin for: Everything to the best of one's ability)
Established 1967
School board Calgary Board of Education
Principal Jim Simpson
Grades 10–12
Enrollment 1827 (2015)
 • Grade 10 663
 • Grade 11 604
 • Grade 12 560
Campus Urban
Communities served Acadia, Copperfield, Cranston, Deer Run, Diamond Cove, Douglasdale/glen, Fairview, Maple Ridge, McKenzie Lake, McKenzie Towne, New Brighton, Queensland, Willow Park,
Feeder schools David Thompson. RT Alderman. Wilma Hansen. Mountain Park.

Lord Beaverbrook High School (LBHS) is a public high school in Calgary, Alberta, Canada operated by the Calgary Board of Education. It was founded in 1967 and the first year of attendance was in 1968. It has approximately 1,800 students and 125 staff members.[1] It is named after Max Aitken, Lord Beaverbrook. The school's mascot is a "Lord"—a black, silver, and white lion wearing a crown.

The school is part of the Action for Bright Children Society.[2]

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