Rev. Harding explained that the history book about the school would tell of the school’s formal pupils, past principals, the school ban and most especially the fourteen Sierra Leoneans who started the school in 1845 and also captured the contributions of the old boys’ union to the school.
Legal and Business Consultant, Arnold Bishop-Gooding, said the book was a guide to all Regentonian to help them understand their school, noting that each great school and university had a record and that the school was a torchlight of excellence.
He said: “If you don’t know your past you will never know where you are going.”
Registrar, University of Sierra Leone, Sorie Dumbuya, encouraged all to read the book, especially those controlling and running education sector in the country.