Ceylinco Sussex calls new admissions for 2008
The Ceylinco Sussex College has started accepting applications for
the 2008 academic year.
Ceylinco Sussex College is the first School to receive ISO: 9001-
2001 International Standard Certificate in Sri Lanka.
The college has branches at Anuradhapura, Polonnaruwa, Gampaha,
Kurunegala, Kuliyapitiya, Kandy, Kegalle, Nuwara Eliya, Badulla,
Bandarawela, Ratnapura, Horana, Galle, Matara, Malabe, Ambalangoda,
Moratuwa, Nugagoda, Kiribathgoda, Negombo, Wennappuwa.
Ceylinco Sussex College is based on a concept developed by Deputy
Chairman of Ceylinco Educational & Financial Services Group K. A. S.
Jayatissa who realized the importance of English Medium Education which
is now confined to a few schools in the capital city there by taking
initiative to establishing English Medium Schools especially in the
rural areas with the genuine intention of affording an opportunity to
parents living in these Educationally disadvantaged areas to educate
their children in the English medium.
This fulfils the vision of Deshamanya Dr. Lalith Kotelawala, Chairman
of Ceylinco Consolidated.
The education measures of our school network are to prepare students
personally and professionally for future leadership roles. For this
purpose our educational process put particular emphasis on developing
national and international competencies through local and foreign
Our school children are very fortunate as they have the invaluable
experience of studying together with students from different ethnic,
religion and cultural backgrounds and forming life long relationships
Most importantly at Ceylinco Sussex College equal emphasis is placed on
professionalism as well as the education of the entire individual,
developing the students ability to think creatively and critically and
At Ceylinco Sussex College where each student counts, is taken
seriously and where the principal and teachers know student by name, the
closed attention paid to each individual is indeed a distinctive feature
of Ceylinco Sussex Colleges. It is from this personal relationship that
students receive inspiration and gain self confidence as their
educational progress is held and encouraged, a press release states.