After the Great War, the school - in those days called Pembroke Dock County School - commissioned a roll of honour, carved in oak, to commemorate those former pupils who had served their country during the conflict. There are 185 names on this plaque, including 20 who lost their lives. There is also a plaque for WWII.
Many of the names are eminently recognisable ’local’ names. If anyone recognises a family member and would like us to include brief details of their service we would be pleased to do so. We have now added a similar plaque for those who gave their lives in WW2.
Both Rolls of Honour were originally housed in the Argyle St. building, and when the school moved to Bush, they were transferred and mounted at the entrance to the school Hall.