| SCHOOL SONG
Introduced by the Late Principal, W.J.Davies, M.B.E.(1936)
Come swell the chorus one and all and join the ranks with me
Prosperity to the Prince's boys upstanding three times three
Dear as of old and dear as now and despite any storm
Long live for many a thousand years our Prince of Wales kingtom.
For searching Sierra Leone far and wide
No School can well be found
That sends forth truer gentlemen
Or stands on firmer ground
'Tis not alone in science lore her manly sons excel:
The cricket and the athletic grounds their tale of triumph tell
The Church , the state, the Camp and Bar with varied voice attest
That wheresoe'er bright honour calls her sons are with the best.
As on her walls we read the names renowned in former days
With beating hearts we vow to match their daring and their praise
For who would care through time to drift with dull and drowsy face
Unworthy of his faith and name, his fathers and his race.
Though scattered far we seldom meet the friends our boyhood knew
Old joys old griefs in memory dwell toned down to sober hue
And when somewell-remembered name grows great, we glow with pride
To think that in our youthful days we struggled at his side
And when at last old age is our and manhood strength has fled
And young ambition's fire is cold and earthly hopes lie dead
We feel our boyhood's thrill once more and think it is just life's morn
And keep a niche within our hearts for Prince of Wales Kingtom.