In this reach, there were two main areas that needed to be examined. These were, the perception that this school has an accent that could be recognized by outsiders, and the second was if an accent existed or did the different cliques within the school speak differently. In order to gather the data for the research titled, “Investigating the existence of a uniformed school based accent in a prestige school” several research tools were utilized. These included structured and no structured interviews, questionnaires, group and individual speaking and voice and video recordings.Before interviewing students of the Saint Augustine Girls High School, the existence of an accent, recognizable by outsiders needed to be addressed. Two villagers living very close to the school were asked two questions. The first was if they think that SAGHS girls have an accent, and the second was to try and imitate the way they spoke. The second question would reveal how people perceive the speech of SAGHS girls. The two villagers responses would be compared to each other examining any similarities in their answers. This part of the study tries to determine if people think that these students have and accent and what it sounds like. What these people think, and the features they identified with the student’s speech, will be compared with how the girls speak in order to determine if a stereotypical view exists.