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School song

A school song, alma mater,[1] school hymn or school anthem is the patronal song of a school. In England, this tradition is particularly strong in public schools and grammar schools.


  • List of school hymns and songs 1
    • Australia 1.1
    • Canada 1.2
    • Croatia 1.3
    • England 1.4
    • Greece 1.5
    • India 1.6
    • New Zealand 1.7
    • Pakistan 1.8
    • Scotland 1.9
    • Sri Lanka 1.10
    • USA 1.11
  • Notes 2

List of school hymns and songs

Please note: This list by no means comprehensive







New Zealand


  • Pakistan School Song - This poem (prayer) was sung as school song in almost all the Pakistani schools.


Sri Lanka



  1. ^ Mainly used in the USA, from so many of these songs having alma mater as their incipit.

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