Life Secondary school named in honor of Prince Andrew is considering to have another name By weekster Posted on December 18, 2019 1 min read Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ A school in Dartmouth, Canada, named after British prince Andrew, is considering changing its name. Rector Brad McGowan wants to make a decision about this in the new year now that the prince has fallen into disgrace for allegations of sexual abuse and his ties with the pedophile billionaire Jeffrey Epstein. “There are people who think that the name no longer matches the values of the community. They are angry, “says McGowan of the Prince Andrew High School to CTV News. The school opened its doors in 1960 and since then has the now controversial name. Not everyone is therefore in favor of a name change. “I am aware that there will be emotions on both sides and that people will say that this has been the name of the school for 60 years and it is important that it stays that way,” says McGowan.