ABOUT

OUR 85 YEAR

HISTORY

The journey of Alethea began with its establishment in 1927 and its registration as a private company the following year. In 1954 it was registered with the Department of Examinations

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OUR

ACADEMIC

COMPOSITION

Education Resource Unit is managed by two qualified teachers; Mrs. Nilu Jeevaratnam and Ms. Samantha Van Vyck. Most of the students facilitated by this section are from the Primary.

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HIGHLY

QUALIFIED

FACULTY

Alethea believes that without a staff which is highly qualified, students would not develop wholly and completely. Hence the delivery of Alethean education is entrusted to our versatile

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DIRECTRESS' MESSAGE

Whether you are an interested parent, a prospective student, a potential employee, or simply an interested onlooker, we’re glad you are visiting! As Chairperson and the Head of Alethea consisting of the International Curriculum and the National Curriculum, it is my great pleasure to welcome students and parents to Alethea and to see the development of these young people into maturing, caring and capable members of a worldwide community.

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TESTIMONIALS

Achievements

  1. Sinhala Language and Literature Competition 2015 Organised by the Ministry of Education Alethea received 9 awards of the Top 3 from the Piliyandala Educational Zone in Reading, Oratory and Recitation.

  2. Sudari Rathnayake of Grade 6 - 1st place in the ‘Use if Sinhala Language & Comprehension Skills’, 2nd Place in ‘Literacy in Sinhala Language’ & 3rd Place In the Sinhala Language and Literature Competition 2015 Organised by the Ministry of Education

  3. National G.C.E O/L Examinations 2014 - 41% of the students achieved over 4As.

  4. Best Results for National G.C.E O/L Examinations 2014 9As – Ranod Madushith, Kumuthu Premalal & Arshad Sufi. 8As – Rusika Kurukulasuriya & 7As – Uvindu Rathnayake.

  5. Cambridge Oct/Nov AS Level Examinations 2014 - achievers Ashane Rodrigo 4As, Minusa Weerasuriya 4As & Devindi Kularatne 3As.

  1. Athletics - Sandeshi Liyanage , 1st in the 100m zonal and divisional levels, 2nd place in both long jump and 200m, qualifying for the Western Province meet.

  2. Athletics - Thejana Wahalathanthri was adjudged Best Male Athlete Under 13 Boys at ISAC 2015. He established a new meet record in the 200m with timing of 27.39 sec. He also won the 100m Gold.

  3. Athletics - Sandashi Liyanage won the bronze medal in the Under 15 Girls 200m at ISAC 2015

  4. Athletics - Ranul De Silva won the bronze medal in the Under 19 Boys 400m at ISAC 2015

  5. Badminton - All Island Under 14 "E" division doubles championship.

  6. Badminton – Runner-Up in the International Schools Under 19 Badminton Championship.

  7. Football Zonal and Divisional Meet 2015. The U15 team - runners-up zonal level, 4th place divisional stage. Team captain G. Saicharan - top scorer of the tournament.

  8. Karate – Goju Kai National Karate Championship 2015, 6 participants and total of 7 medals won.


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