No. 861, Colombo 10 (Panchikawatte, Maradana), Sri Lanka.
zahira college colombo which has been in existence for 121 years is a well established and well known school in sri lanka. under the stewardship of mr. m. fouzul hameed who took over as chairman of the board of governors in 2006, a well co-ordinated programme to improve the standards of education,
St. Peter's College
Galle Road, Colombo 4 (Bambalapitiya), Sri Lanka.
Guided and spearheaded by many outstanding rectors over the past 89 years, st. peter's college has braved many a storm and risen to be one of the leading educational institutions in sri lanka. it now stands as a firm rock of education catering to the demands of a modern generation.
St. Joseph's College
No. 214, T.B. Jayah Mawatha, Colombo 10 (Panchikawatte, Maradana), Sri Lanka.
To achiev excellence in education.by making the college one of sri lanka's best educational institutions,by fostering education which promotes spiritual and human values,thus producing good citizens,who have the knowledge,skills and the aptitude to serve the community in the public and privet sector
St. Bridget’s Convent
No. 85, C.W.W. Kannagara Mawatha, Colombo 7 (Cinnamon Gardens), Sri Lanka.
St. bridget’s convent is a private girls’ school situated in colombo 7. it was founded in 1902 by the sisters of the good shepherd congregation, who administer it to this day.
No. 66, Sir Ernest De Silva Mawatha, (Flower Road), Colombo 7 (Cinnamon Gardens), Sri Lanka.
Ladies’ college is a private day and boarding school for girls aged 3 to 18 in sri lanka. it is a school recognized by the ministry of education. founded in 1900 by the christian missionary society, our founder principal ms lilian nixon sailed from england to establish this school in the heart of
Good Shepherd Convent
Wasala Road, Colombo 13 (Kotahena,Kochchikade), Sri Lanka.
Good shepherd convent was established 140 years ago on colombo’s highest point, like a light set on a towering hill. it was the benedictine italian archbishop of colombo, rt. rev. sillani, who initiated the first catholic convent, yet it drew upon the efforts of a french saint mother euphrasia to
No. 28, Kynsy Road, Colombo 8 (Borella), Sri Lanka.
To be a dynamic, academic institution for boys that respects diversities and produces balanced, socially responsible, multi-faceted men with the ability to face the challenges of a changing world.