• 1849 Miss Julia Sass was sent from England to be the first Principal of the School.
  • 1851 The School moved to a site where Holy Trinity Parsonage now stands.
  • 1865 The School moved to its present site.
  • 1878 The School was formally named ANNIE WALSH MEMORIAL SCHOOL.
  • 1924 The School's Girl Guide Company was formed.
  • 1928 Miss Hamblet, Principal, introduced the green school uniform.
  • 1937 Kindergarten classes were phased out and the School became an Assisted Public Secondary School.
  • 1939 The School's premises were taken over as a Military barracks during the 2nd World War.
  • 1949 The School celebrated its Centenary. A tennis court was built to mark the occasion.
  • 1951 The Sierra Leone church's garden party was held in the School's grounds at which the Archbishop of Canterbury Dr. Fisher was present. Dr. Fisher was the 1st of three Archbishops of Canterbury who have been guests of honour at garden parties held at the Annie Walsh Memorial School Grounds. The others are Archbishop Ramsey and Coggan. The School grounds have also been honoured by the visits of four Archbishops of West Africa-Vinning, Horstead, Patterson and Scott.
  • 1952 The Principal's Residence and the Boarding Home were erected.
  • 1954 The present School Song "Builders" composed by Mrs.Tina Atkins was introduced and sung for the first time.
  • 1955 Orange belts for good conduct were awarded for the first time.
  • 1956 The sixth form for G.C.E. 'A' Level work was started.
  • 1957 The science block was added to the School.
  • 1958 The School Chapel was consecrated.
  • 1961 The first African Principal, Mrs. Lati Hyde-Forster, was appointed.
  • 1969 The new School Library was put up.
  • 1972 A new Home Management Practice Flat was erected by Self-Help.
  • 1973 The I.D.A. Block of specialist rooms and canteen were erected, as well as the I.D.A. Science Laboratory and Administration Block and Staff Room.
  • 1978 Nineteen pupils obtained a Grade One pass in the WAEC G.C.E. 'O' Level Examinations a record result in the country at the time. The new permanent open air stage was erected.
  • 1988 Bidemi Carrol set a national record by scoring 9 top distinctions at the WAEC G.C.E. 'O' Level Examinations.
  • 1989 The A.W.M.S. School Band, the first female School Band in the Western Area was formed.

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