Manners Maketh Man: Adventures of a Bo School Boy is the story of an alumnus of a prominent public school in Sierra Leone. Its episodes depict growing up in fifties and sixties Sierra Leone generally, and in its schools in particular. It is a story about the survival, self-fulfillment, and growth of an individual. It is also a story about institutional structures and strictures; about inter-school rivalry and competition; and about the role of schools in forging solidarity in the midst of ethnic diversity. It illustrates the culture and essence of Bo School, revealing the elements that enshrine it in the hearts of its alumni. It reminds one that, 'School Days are the best.'