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Two well known and highly regarded teachers are to retire from Lochaber High School at the start of summer break after a combined total of 74 years in the profession.
Graham Macnab (left) began his career in the PE Department in 1984 and through his great interest and enthusiasm for Rugby has brought many trophy success to the school. He developed his career, supporting many pupils through their school life and retires from the post of Principal Teacher of Pupil Support (Guidance).
Donald MacLean began his career in the History Department in 1986 but also recorded some great sporting successes in managing the shinty team to and unbeaten run of success in the MacPherson Cup over almost a decade. Many players have also gone on to join local senior teams. During his time Donald also held the post of Principal Teacher of Pupil Support (Guidance) and retires from the post of Depute Head Teacher.
Many hundreds, if not thousands of former pupils will have fond memories of both men as a caring and welcoming part of their time at Lochaber High School and will also probably be unable to believe that they are now retiring.
Graham MacNab (left) and Donald MacLeod, retiring with around 74 years of teaching experience between them. Photograph: Iain Ferguson, alba.photos. NO_F25_LHSTeachersRetire