Sri Lanka Schools Under 15 Doubles Badminton Team Championship 2017, organised by Sri Lanka Schools Badminton Association was held from 22nd to 25th June 2017 at Richmond College, Galle.
Almost 100 teams from both national and international schools island wide took part in this prestigious event. Of the Girls’ teams that participated, 12 schools made it to the Super A Division category, namely Museaus College, Visaka Vidyala Colombo, Anula Vidyalaya Nugegoda, Mahamaya College Kandy, Sujatha Vidyalaya Matara, Dharmashoka College Ambalangoda, Girls High College Kandy, Sangamitta College Galle, Vidura College Nawala, Lyceum International School Nugegoda, Holy Cross College Gampaha, and O.L.V. Convent - Moratuwa.
The girls’ team of Lyceum International School Nugegoda was placed 2nd runner up in the Super “A” Division - Girls Category and the team was also ranked 3rd island wide. This is the first time a team from Lyceum International School has played in the Super “A” Division category..
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Rebidha Fernando, Uhansa Jayakody, Thiyana Vidanaarachchi, Nimashi Lewwaduwa, Thehara Perera, Rashmi
Lyceum International School - Wattala Girls created history by winning the overall girls shield at the western province Athletic meet which was held recently at Diyagama Mahinda Rajapakshe Sports Complex. This is a significant achievement for an international school as it was the 01st time that the overall title was won by an International School. Lyceum International School- Wattala was well ahead of Ave Maria Convent - Negombo and Holy Cross Convent - Gamapaha. The points won by each School is as follows,
Lyceum International School - Wattala was also awarded the Girls Under 18 and Under 20 overall Championship as well as the Relay Overall Championship. Sachini Divyanjalee won the under 18 Best Athlete title for her 200m run . The boys of Lyceum Wattala won overall 3rd place in the meet.
LYCEUM INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL-PANADURA
SPECIAL SPORTS ACHIEVEMENTS
International Schools Athletic Championship 2017 -
Held 0n 25th,26th & 27th February 2017 at Mahinda Rajapaksha Stadium-Diyagama
Razwin Carrim - Under 13 Boys Champion
Long Jump 1st Place
200m 2nd Place
100m 2nd Place
All Island School Athletic Championship 2016 -
Held from 13th to 17th October 2016 at Bogambara Grounds Kandy
Tivindu Perera - Under 17 Boys - 110M Hurdles - 3rd Place with All Island Colours
Aamina Ruzny -Under 15 Girls - High Jump - 2nd Place
International Schools Under 15 Girls Basketball Tournament 2017 - 1st Runner Up
Held on 30th January 2017 at CIS Colombo
Rochelle Cooray - Best Offensive Player
Sri Lanka Schools Under 19 Girls Basketball Tournament 2016 - 2nd Runner Up
Held on 17th & 18th October 2017 at Pannipitiya Dharmapala Vidyalaya
International Schools Under 13 Girls Basketball Tournament 2016 - Champions
Held on 28th & 29th May 2016 at Pannipitiya Dharmapala Vidyalaya
Three students – Thisaga Hewawasam, Mesanda Gamage & Lisara Kodithuwakku of Lyceum International School, Nugegoda have been selected to represent Sri Lanka at the 13th Asian Schools Chess Championship 2017, organized by the Chinese Chess Association under the auspices of the Asian Chess Federation and World Chess Federation, to be held in Panjin City, Liaoning Province, China from 20th to 30th July 2017.
Cub Scouts activities help our students foster important values such as honesty, friendship, dignity, patience, integrity, discipline, kindness, etc. In view of this concept, the management of Lyceum International School Anuradhapura organized ‘The Cub Scouts Investiture Ceremony’, which was held recently at the School premises.
Mr. K. D. A Dassanayake (District Commissioner of Scouts – North Central Province) graced the occasion as the Chief Guest. Mr. R. G. J. Udayakumara (Assistant District Commissioner of Scouts (NCP)), Mr. N. B. Ratiyala (Badge Secretary of NCP), Mr. L. R. D. H. Lankathilake (Colombo District Assistant Commissioner (Scouts)), Ms. Dilrukshi Peiris (Headmistress of Lyceum Anuradhapura), Ms. G. H. T. S. Rupasinghe (Cub Scouts T.I.C of Lyceum International School Nugegoda) were also present at this ceremony.