Lyceum International School News

OPEN DAY of Lyceum International School

Lyceum International School, which is the brain child of the prominent educationalist - Mr. Mohan Lal Grero, will celebrate its 24th birthday in June this year. With 8 branches in major cities in Sri Lanka, Lyceum is now considered to be the only school with the largest network of schools in the country.

One of Mr. Grero’s prime objectives of setting up Lyceum, was to deliver affordable English medium education to the masses across the country, whilst developing the whole child through various extra-curricular activities as well as instilling children with a love for traditional cultures and values of all religions, races and societies. This is the very concept that has been incorporated into every Lyceum branch across the island over the past two decades of its existence and is one of the reasons for its successful evolution through the years.

With the newest branch being established in Kurunegala just less than a year ago, the school has seen a tremendous growth over this short period of time, which is no doubt due to the unconditional support received from our growing community of teachers, parents and students.

In order to strengthen ties with our community a
nd make awareness of Lyceum Kurunegala, the management of the Lyceum Kurunegala organizes an “Open Day”, which is scheduled on 15th June 2017 at 4.30pm at the Lyceum International School, No. 71, Uduwalpola Rd, Kurunegala .

May Monthly Test

Dear Parents of Lyceum Nugegoda, Panadura, Wattala, Rathnapura and Gampaha


Please note that the monthly tests scheduled for Monday and Tuesday have been cancelled. However, the papers will be handed out to students to answer at home and will be corrected by respective teachers.

Art and Craft Exhibition

   

The Bodhu Gee Saraniya postponed

The Bodhu Gee Saraniya, which was to be held on the 1st of June 2017, has been postponed due to prevailing weather conditions

Weather Alert

Four days holiday for all Lyceum schools in the Western, Southern and Sabaragamuwa provinces.