Leadership Excellence in Education
Mrs.Kumari Grero has been honoured by Women in Management (WIM) partnered by IFC , a member of World Bank Group by awarding a career award on ''Leadership Excellence in Education “ , recently.
The reward was offered considering the dual role played by her as the Coordinating Principal at Lyceum International Schools and the Director of Mohan Lal Grero Foundation.
Her leadership over the last 16 years as the Coordinating Principal in the parent school, Nuhgegoda and other nine branches spread across different parts of the country contributed to bring about excellent achievements in the academic field and extracurricular activities. Her untiring efforts to manage the entire system of Lyceum International Schools as one family bringing harmony among students, academic, non academic staff and parents deserved her this award.
Apart from that Mrs. Kumari Grero is the Director of Mohan Lal Grero Foundation where a substantial number of programmes on women empowerment has been in operation. She initiated free vocational training programmes , loan schemes and self employment projects focusing women in low income famil
FREE MEDICAL CAMPS CARRIED OUT OF FLOOD VICTIMS IN RAJANGANAYA
Two health camps were organized recently by Lyceum International School, with the intention of providing medical facilities to people affected by the recent flood in Rajangana area.
Medicines and basic treatments were provided to its members of the affected families after examining them.
The programmes were conducted under the guidance of the Director of Lyceum International Schools Mr. Nikitha Grero, along with the supervision of Ms. Dilrukshi Pieris , Headmistress of Lyceum International School, Anuradhapura. The programmes were coordinated by the Divisional Secretariat of Rajanganaya and Disaster Management Center, Anuradhapura.
Lyceum International School expands to Ethugalpura
Lyceum International School, Kurunegala will be declared open on 27th September 2016 at 7.30 am at No 71, Udawalpola Road, Kurunegala, its first branch school in the North Western Province. The new school will be the ninth branch of the Lyceum Group of International Schools, which serves over 17,500 students throughout Sri Lanka.
The school will open the Lower Nursery, Upper Nursery pre Grade, Grade 1, and will expand up to grade 12 in future years.
In 1993, Mr.Mohan Lal Grero, the founder of Lyceum International Schools has taken a wise decision to extend his fullest support to uplift the Sri Lankan Education into International Standards. He started Lyceum International School at Nugegoda with only seven students. It has grown up to a group of International Schools which provides international level education for 17,500 students in just a period of twenty three years.
The new school will offer the same quality of education that Lyceum International Schools have been providing to students since 1993.
Mr.Nikitha Grero, Director said, ‘’ that they will provide children in K
Inter International Schools- Basketball Tournament 2016
Venue : Colombo International School, Colombo
Date : 14th, 15th, 18th & 29th May 2016
Age Group : Under 13 (Girls)
Organized by : Colombo International School, Colombo
Lyceum Wattala(13) vs Colombo International School, Kandy (11)
Lyceum Wattala(40) vs British School in Colombo (08)
Lyceum Wattala(17) vs Lyceum Nugegoda (14)
Lyceum Panadura(18) vs Lyceum Wattala (16)
Anumi Samarasinghe (captain)
Sarah Fernando (vice captain)
One day in the future, the whole world would know and talk about Lyceum
Lyceum International Schools Founder Mr. Mohan Lal Grero said.
Speaking as the Chief Guest at the 23rd anniversary celebrations of Lyceum International Schools, on June 14th, Mr Grero reiterated “Even though we are studying in English medium, we are aiming at International knowledge and we are proceeding in to modern technology, we cannot forget moral values passed for generations to us. They are very important. Our religious values leading to a moral life, respecting our elders, respecting our teachers are very significant .we must determine to make our country a diamond mine. Each of you need to become the stars of Sri Lanka.
I established this institution as a nonprofit organization, not for the benefit of me or my family.
The Lyceum School is not yet another business intending to make money. It was dedicated to you from the bottom of my heart. One day in the future, the whole world would know and talk about Lyceum. Our success will be estimated by our students’ achievements, who will become the future assets of the country.
We are very proud of our accomplishments ove