Unfortunately history does not relate much of the fortunes of the four "Pioneer" Headmasters, but visualizing the hardships of those years, and the primitive conditions under which they operated, we should appreciate the enormity of their tasks.

1898 - 1901

Mr. J. Ker - Had innumerable problems with Mrs. Garcia, the lady teacher.

1902 - 1903

Mr. H. Duthie - Stayed only a year or so

1903 - 1910

Mr. D. Blue - Much esteemed. Under his direction, the school prospered, and this continued until his departure in 1910, after 7 years' service.

1910-1917

Mr. L J Grant - Maintained the steady progress with the addition of 6 classrooms, and the arrival of the first boarders. In spite of the "Great War" Mr. Grant could rightly claim to have put Prince Edward School on a steadfast course.

1917 - 1941

A.J. Somerville

1941 - 1946

H.G. Livingston

1947 - 1951

H.H. Cole

1952 - 1955

J.D. Slaven

1956 - 1964

J.E Gaylaro

1965 - 1968

E.C.C. Owen

1968 - 1972

M.R. Falconer

1972 - 1983

R.A. Suttle

1983 - 1985

B. Chimbunde

1986 - 2005

C.R.Barnes

2006 -2012

G.K. Atkinson

2012 - Now

Mr. A.G Sora

 

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