St. Peter's College, Negombo
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|St. Peter’s College, Negombo|
|Motto||Sinhalese: විනය දැනුම අඳුර නසයි, translit. Vinaya danuma andura nasai|
(Discipline and Knowledge Clears Darkness)
|Religious affiliation(s)||Roman Catholic|
|Principal||K. D. R. W. D. Fernando|
|Number of students||~4,000|
|Average class size||40|
|Medium of language||English and Sinhala|
|Houses||Keerthi, Shakthi and Pragathi|
|Color(s)||Red, yellow & green|
St. Peter’s College (Sinhalese: සාන්ත පීතර විදුහල, translit. Sāntha Pīthara viduhala; Tamil: செயிண்ட் பீட்டர் கல்லூர) (also known as St. Peter's Central College) is a Roman Catholic school in Negombo, Sri Lanka with a history of over a century. It is the largest Roman Catholic, co-educational school fully owned by the government of Sri Lanka.
The school was founded in 1903 with 33 Students and 3 teachers in St. Peter’s Church, Negombo. Currently, the school has about 4,000 students in classes from grades 1 to 13 in both English and Sinhala mediums.
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