Maliyadeva Adarsha Maha Vidyalaya

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Maliyadeva Adarsha Maha Vidyalaya
Sri Lanka
Coordinates 7°28′38″N 80°21′18″E / 7.477308°N 80.355034°E / 7.477308; 80.355034Coordinates: 7°28′38″N 80°21′18″E / 7.477308°N 80.355034°E / 7.477308; 80.355034
Type Public
Established 27th February 1978
Principal S. M. D. U. Bandara
Staff 200
Grades Class 1 - 13
Gender Mix
Age 6 to 19
Enrollment 4000+
Pupils Models
Medium of language Sinhala and English

Red, Yellow, Blue & Green

Affiliation Buddhist

Maliyadeva Adarsha maha Vidyalaya is a Buddhist mixed school in Sri Lanka, located in the North Western Province, Sri Lanka. It was established on 27 February 1978.

The school currently has a student population of nearly 4,000 and a staff of nearly 200 teachers. The classes are held from grade 1 to grade 13. Despite its very short history, the school has won a great reputation in the country for its educational and extra-curricular achievements.[1]


  • Athletics
  • Badminton
  • Basketball
  • Cricket
  • Football
  • Karate
  • Rugby
  • Volleyball
  • Wushu


The students are divided into four houses according to their admission numbers. House names are derived from the past kings in Sri Lanka.

  • Thissa - Green colour     
  • Mahasen- Red colour     
  • Gemunu - Yellow colour     
  • Parakum- Blue Colour     

In the inter house sport meet the houses compete to win inter house games.


External links[edit]

School website