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May 28, 2014
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Prince Theo judges at alma mater

Prince Theo with teachers and students at Bath Primary and Junior High. - Contributed

It has been almost 20 years since Prince Theo graduated from Bath Primary and Junior High School, St Thomas.

The soft-spoken singer recently returned to his alma mater a judge at the school's annual Education week inter-house competition.

"It was a great honour to be invited back to my old school to participate in judging of their Education Week inter-house competition. It was a pleasure for me, the school has some really bright and talented students. The teachers, and all the other staff members at Bath Primary and Junior High School, must be commended for the good job they are doing," said Prince Theo.

The singer also delivered a cameo performance for students and teachers, with songs such as Missing You, Royal Queen and Just To Be Alive.

"I did a little performance for the students and the teachers. It was a very good vibes. Everyone had a lot of fun. I'm ready to return to the school anytime they ask me again," said the artiste.

Prince Theo's latest single, Missing You, is doing well on local charts. The song, produced and released by Michael Coburn on his Reggae Vibes Production label, is number five on the Jamaica Music Countdown Top 25 Reggae Singles chart.

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