Regent International College, Gampaha

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Wycherley International College Gampaha
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Location
5, Mudungoda, Miriswatte, Gampaha

Gampaha

Coordinates7°04′32″N 80°00′46″E / 7.07556°N 80.01278°E / 7.07556; 80.01278Coordinates: 7°04′32″N 80°00′46″E / 7.07556°N 80.01278°E / 7.07556; 80.01278
Information
School typeInternational School
MottoKnowledge to Conquer
Established2001
FounderMr. Anura Gunasekara
PrincipalMrs. Chishanthi Wickramarachchi
GradesPlaygroup - Year 13
GenderMixed
Enrollment700
Colour(s)Navy Blue, Red, Beige and Gold Colour         
AffiliationRegent International Management
Website

Wycherley International School is the Sri Lanka first ISO 9001:2015 certified Educational Institute by Sri Lanka Standards Institution (SLSI). Wycherley International College is the only International School in Gampaha area which has been approved by The International Schools of Sri Lanka (TISSL). Wycherley International College established in 2001, is an international school built to satisfy the needs of international education in the circumference of the Gampaha region. The institution bearing a certain student population had seemed to lapse to 700 within a period of 15 years. Being entitled as a brain child of Mr. Anura Gunasekara, the school has seemed to show its strength in the field of academic and extracurricular activities.

Wycherley International College is an Edexcel Approved Examination center to conduct all Edexcel OL/ AL examinations in the Gampaha region.

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List of Principals[edit]

  • 2001-09 :Mrs.Maryanne Hills
  • 2009-14 :Mr.Nissanka Marapana
  • 2014–2015 :Mrs.Shalini Wickramasooriya
  • 2015-15 :Mr.Aruna Shantha
  • 2015–present: Mrs.Chrishanthi Wickramarachchi

Houses[edit]

The houses in Regent International College are altered in accordance with the nominations of the leaders who had ensured to entrepreneur peace at a global pace. They are:

  •     Einstein [taken from 'Albert Einstein']
  •     Lincoln [taken from 'Abraham Lincoln']
  •     Churchill [taken from 'Winston Churchill']
  •     Gandhi [taken from 'Mahatma Gandhi']

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Regent International College Gampaha". regentgampaha.com. 10 January 2015. Retrieved 10 January 2015.