Lyceum International School News


The Newly constructed Cricket nets of Lyceum International School, Anuradhapura was declared open on 20th February ( To day ) , by Assistant Director of Education and Sports, North Central Province,  Mr. Hemantha Abeykoon and Director of Lyceum International Schools, Mr. Nikitha Grero.



Mrs. Dilrukshi Pieris, Headmistress of Lyceum International School, Anuradhapura, Mrs. Narmadha Wijemanne, Headmistress of Lyceum International School, Kurunegala, Mr. Sameera Pethum , Head of Sports Development, Mr. Lal Senarathna, Head of Cricket Coach of Lyceum International Schools , students and parents also graced the occasion.


The Inter International Schools Under 13 Badminton Tournament 2016 was organized and held at Gateway College Colombo Sports Complex recently. Lyceum Wattala won the championship in both boys and girls category playing against OKI Wattala in the finals with a score of 4-1 and 2-1 respectively.



Boys Team Members

Vinushanth Nithyanandan (Captain), Daniel Morias, Luvin Kodippili, Santhosh Tharanesparan, Manthuka Rupathunga, Dinira Pathirana, Rihan Perera, Prashan Wickremarathne, Joshua Immiaarachchi, Jehan Silva


Girls Team Members

Adithya Chandrasekera (Captain), Senesa Semali, Yalindi Pahanma, Pethmi Wickramasinghe, Hazeena Hossen, Nethra Karunakaran, Tian Samuel, Pooja Maharaja, Nethmi Fernando, Trishali Sridheran

-textbody" >Under 13 Boys’ and Girls’ Team became Champions in the above tournament

Player of the Tournament

Adithya Chandrasekera

Player of the Tournament


Manthuka Rupathunga

Lyceum Wattala Badminton Players shine at the Inter International Schools Badminton Tournament 2016

Our Under 13 Boys’ and Girls’ Teams became champions in this tournament organized by Gateway College, Colombo. The Under 17 Girls’ Team became the Runners-Up. The tournament was held on the 5th to 8th December 2016.

Lyceum International Schools Organize First Lyceum Cavalcade

Lyceum International School has established itself as one of the most recognized schools in Sri Lanka and the only school with nine branches across the island.

Since its inception in June 1993, Lyceum International Schools have not only grown in number but continued to provide students' in Sri Lanka with a quality and affordable education, whilst preserving and upholding our Sri Lankan values.

In order to commemorate and celebrate 23 years of Lyceum, the 8th branch of Lyceum in Anuradhapura has organized the very first LYCEUM CAVALCADE - 2017, which is due to take place on Sunday, 29th January 2017 from 8:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. The procession will commence from the Salgadu Ground in Anuradhapura and is due to consist of around 350 vehicles, including teachers, parents and students from all Lyceum branches.

The Lyceum Cavalcade procession will have themes under education, modern technology, child abuse, a healthy mind a
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, preserving our culture, saving our wildlife, saving our environment, saving our water and also highlight the dangers of consuming alcohol and the dangers of smoking.

The organizing committee of the Lyceum Cavalcade have also planned to donate stationary items, shoes, school bags and uniform material to school children in rural areas as well as books for libraries. Sanitary facilities will also be donated to schools in the rural areas of Anuradhapura.

Well-wishers are cordially invited to come join the Lyceum Cavalcade 2017 and make it a fun day out for the entire family!


The Parade Route will start from Salgadu Ground > Clock Tower Junction > Sathosa Junction > Old Bus Stand > Gunarathana Roundabout > Hospital Roundabout> Court Roundabout > D.S  Roundabout > Jayanthi  Roundabout > Victory Junction  > Clock Tower and will finish at Salgadu Ground.

Progression of The Crickrt Net Project at Lyceum Anuradhapura

We are pleased to inform you that the Management of Lyceum International Schools has given the go ahead for the installation of brand new cricket nets at Lyceum International School, Anuradhapura.

The Director of Lyceum International Schools, Mr. Nikitha Grero stated that his vision was to see that students at Lyceum, Anuradhapura are trained with the best facilities in order to produce the next generation of Sri Lankan cricketers from Anuradhapura.